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Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Fun Morning

Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'll get to a trip report eventually. For today, let's just say that there are more entertaining things to be doing on a Tuesday morning than sitting in a hospital waiting room while someone puts a camera in an orifice of your wife that is more typically reserved for, ahem, shall we say, pleasurable entry. The wife has, for a few years now, had what we in the South refer to as "some female troubles," and today is another step in attempting to rectify said issues.

This whole process has been emotionally tumultuous, to say the least. It's one thing for us to decide that we don't want kids. It's another ting entirely to have that decision taken away from us. The jury is still out on whether or not we'll be able to have kids, and frankly I'm pretty sure that I don't want kids, but I want us to be the ones to make that decision.

This is a minor procedure, and she'll be home this afternoon and back on her feet tomorrow, but I'm still a bit of a pissy bitch after getting here at 6AM for a 7:30 procedure. I'll leave you with a photo from our DC trip until I get back to my regularly scheduled scribbling.


Mytgod said...

I'll keep her vagina in my thoughts.

Er, I mean prayers.

I hope all goes well.

Coincidentally, I just wrote about my latest procedure over at the new mytgod.

StB said...

Will you be posting the video on YouTube??

Jim The Knife said...

Love to Mrs. Falstaff....
Tell her I'm thinking about her.

Wwonka said...

Hope it goes well.

the Donkey Show.

Instant Tragedy said...

Does that make Falstaff the Prayer Candle?

I will keep the Mrs. in my prayers.

Hope you return home safe, happy and satisfied.



Special K said...

You had to post a phallic symbol with that post, huh? Nice picture. My best to the Mrs.

The Wife said...

Thoughts are with your wife (she has my sympathies as a woman) . . . hope it all goes well.