Friday, March 4, 2016

I Can Jump Over The Moon Up Above

I didn't feel a thing. The colonoscopia is done and gone and I don't know how many years will pass before I have to do it again. Everything was perfect. Better than it's ever been. It must be this Spanish living.

The preparation this time was the easiest I've had and although I didn't get much sleep Thursday night, that was more a result of my busy brain than anything else.

San Geraldo didn't touch my truffles and he even managed to save me some (a lot more than some) Jamaican Black Cake.

Thanks for all the moral support — and comic relief. I'm fit as a fiddle (but I still can't play one).


30 comments:

  1. ah, singing in the rain! good to hear you are well on the inside, and that chocolate was your reward!

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    1. anne marie:
      I have to admit, still haven't had a piece of chocolate. But I HAVE had three servings of Jamaican black cake. Tomorrow, chocolate!

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  2. Wonderful news! Now go gorge yourself :)

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    1. Cheapchick:
      I've behaved, knowing I'd regret gorging myself. But that Jamaican Black Cake goes down and digests surprisingly comfortably!

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  3. I am delighted for you and bless San G!

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    1. Cranky:
      Yeah, San G deserves blessing. He's a sweetheart.

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    1. Jim:
      I'll hit the truffles tomorrow. Tonight... a bit of booze (but, admittedly, never more than a bit).

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  5. San Geraldo didn't touch my truffles
    This made me laugh

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    1. John:
      Oh, he wanted to touch my truffles, but I was tired.

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  6. WooooHooooo! Great news. Personally, I'd let Bill touch my truffles any time. It can be quite enjoyable ;-)

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    1. Sharon:
      We have very different truffles.

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    1. Ron:
      Well, if three big wedges of Jamaican black cake counta s partaying, I've done OK. But tonight, I'm going OUT!

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  8. Aren't you glad that's behind you?

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    1. Stephen:
      Oh, so clever. Yes, I figure now I can agree when people tell me I'm a perfect asshole.

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  9. I am very glad to read this, as I have to do this myself in about 6 weeks. ;/

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    1. Snoskred:
      I'll be introduced in hearing about your process -- if that's something you'll want to share. My prep really was the least unpleasant I've experienced. It would really have been a breeze had I known what to expect.

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  10. Phew! Much relief all round. Happy-happy-happy! Jumping over the moon may be asking just a bit too much so why not try the can-can instead?

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    1. Raybeard:
      Oh, and YOU'RE so clever (but then I knew that). Can-Can would be much more appropriate then jumping over the moon.

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  11. A clean slate, so to speak, and truffles. That was SOME day!

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    1. Bob:
      No truffles yet. I figured they might not settle so well the first day. But Jamaican Black Cake goes down amazingly well!

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  12. Glad everything came out okay... hmm doesn't sound right but you know what I mean.

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    1. Willym:
      It's so difficult to avoid those double entendres. Thanks!

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  13. I too am glad your colon is well and the truffles intact.

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    1. Spo:
      I still haven't opened another bag of truffles. (And Jerry is not pleased that I've been calling them "mine.")

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