JPG Magazine: MsB

Sunday, March 08, 2009


medicine (gastroenterology), esophageal varices are extremely dilated sub-mucosal veins in the esophagus. They are most often a consequence of portal hypertension, such as may be seen with cirrhosis; patients with esophageal varices have a strong tendency to developbleeding.

The lastest thing in my life.  

My crazy X B F burned over 30% of his body heating his house with kerosine.  They pulled the plug to days ago.  He had tons of other health problems and last time I talked to him he wasn't really all that keene on life anyway.  But I'll miss talking to him.  The selfish person that I am. 

I have a job now.  can't remember half the stuff I'm supposed to remember. or should I say it comes and goes really. Spot o one minute - left field the next.

and then theres the duck in the pool at my house.  I say Duck a la orange and he just quacks.


9 comments:

Mary (MPJ) said...

So sorry to hear about your ex, MsB.

Shadow said...

sheesh, that's bad about your ex.

but the duck?!?!?! how cute is that!

My Other Blog said...

Sorry about your ex.
I think varicies (or however you spell it) can be 'banded' to stop them from bleeding - don't know what this procedure is about. Will this move you up on the liver transplant list?

asha said...

Sorry to hear about your X. Sad way to go. And sorry to hear about the bleeding. I hope you're getting treatment for that. Cool photo of the duck.

msb said...

Dr said they won't band this time maybe next time. don't know about the list. I'm really loosing interest in this being sick shit.

Syd said...

I hope that you feel better. What a horrible way for your X B F to go.

Meg Moran said...

geez louise and omg ! dear sweet girl what can I say...sending a hug.

someone said...

So sorry. Varices. I'm sending you my very best. Sweet pic.

msb said...

thanks everyone for your support. it;s the best part of this dumb blog.

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