The Good Days and the Bad Days

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Well yesterday was a good day. Even after I got home I kept on eating, had some delicious haddock cooked by me ma. Didn’t even have to take anti-nausea stuff.

Too bad I didn’t though, because today is not such a good day. Started with nausea and even now after the meds in the hospital, I’m not feeling too great. Should be heading home soon though, which will be nice.

Couple lessons learned: 1) its ok to rely on the drugs they give me to take home, and I shall! 2) there will be good days and bad days, ups and downs, just as in life. I try to remember that without the bad days, there can’t really be good days. Its all relative. Yes, its true the bad days will suck, but the good days will be all the brighter.
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Author: John Abdulla

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  1. Oh, John. Take the drugs – that's what they're there for. They wouldn't give them to you if they thought you didn't need them. I know you're like, Superman and everything, but we all need a little help here and there.

    I hope you have another good day soon.

    PS – I think I'm having sympathy nausea for you. Kind of like sympathy pains – but nausea. I'm sure you got that though 🙂

  2. John, it is chemical warfare going on in your body, a defeat of the intruder is imminent. With Gary and his sometimes there, sometimes not, appetite, it's bizarre but foods that could make a person queasy on a good day, often are what appeal to him most. Fish (fried), pickles, and of course, Mexican! Try to stay ahead of it, like you said, that's the best approach. You'll pee like crazy, but drink lots & lots of water to flush your system out! Your compadres in the war, Lynne & Gary

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