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4/28/2009

Just a little stuff.

There I was, trying to figure out a post for today, when I saw in my Feedburner links that a certain blog had a new post up. A blog that has been silent, lately. But I check every day.

Siobhan, from ABritDifferent posted yesterday, and in her post she announced she's 14 weeks pregnant. When she breaks her silence - she REALLY does it up right. Give her a shout.

#3 Son had his surgery yesterday morning and I spent the day with him, helping him as much as I could. He's doing okay, and except for a little case of puckerbutt (known by some as Sympathy Sphincter), so am I. I have, however, seen as much blood as I care to for a while.

Ndinombethe.

19 comments:

Jientje said...

I'm glad your son is doing allright. A case of "puckerbutt"? That made me smile!

moneythoughts said...

Glad to hear it went well.

Bama Cheryl said...

I'm sure he'll be thrilled that you discussed his puckerbutt on your blog. Glad he's better!

Employee No. 3699 said...

Glad to hear he's doing well.

M+B said...

Oh ouch for your son!

M+B said...

Oh ouch for your son!

Honeybell said...

"Puckerbutt". I am SO using this at the first opportunity!

Hyphen Mama said...

Adding puckerbutt to my repertoire.

Patsy said...

Amazing how much blood oral surgery can produce isn't it. I'm sure you were a big help, even if he doesn't realize it yet.

My love to you and him both. :)

Tara R. said...

Like you I was so excited to see Siobhan had put up a new post, then to read her announcement was like Christmas and New Years all rolled into one.

I will be using 'puckerbutt' in conversation sometime this week, guaranteed! Hope #3 is on a quick road to recovery.

Nan said...

Eeeew?

Loraine said...

EEk. Ever since I witnessed the sacrifice of a bull at a Shaman's funeral in Mexico two years ago, I don't do so well around blood anymore.

Good healing vibes to your son.

Joyce-Anne said...

I was so glad to read Siobhan's blog. I was also positively thrilled to read her news.

I hope #3 son is up and around again soon.

Ree said...

You didn't pass out, did you? You done good then.

LceeL said...

Jientje: He's doing fine and so is my butt.

Moneythoughts: Thank you, Fred.

Bama Cheryl: MY puckerbutt, not his.

Employee: Thenk you, Linda.

M+B: He's okay. Swelling a little, but little pain.

Honeybell: Given what you do for a living, I'm sure you'll have a chance sooner rather than later.

Hyphen Mama: And not 'Sympathy Sphincter'?

Patsy: Thank you, Patsy. I'll tell him.

Tara R: Thank you, Tara. He is. Why does nobody seem to like 'Sympathy Sphincter'?

Nan: Yeah. Cool, huh?

Loraine: Thank you, Loraine. I think an experience like that would put me off blood, too.

Joyce-Anne: He will be - he seems to be doing really well.

Ree: Nope. Just the puckers, that's all.

Momisodes said...

I know!
I think I commented right after you over at Siobhan's. I am so excited for her :)

Glad to hear your son is doing alright!

Cat said...

So happy that the surgery went well - maybe take a break from the blood viewing and snaps some recovery photos of smiles when he gets released to home!

Myst_72 said...

I'm so pleased to hear he's o.k. Lou,

Love to you all,

G
xx

Sarah @ BecomingSarah.com said...

I'm glad to hear your son is doing well!

And congratulations to your friend =)