Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Monday Feathers To Tickle Your Funny Bones


Dear Friends,

After opening the medicine cabinet door caused my hairbrush to tumble out, ricochet off the sink and into the toilet for the third time in a week, I decided I needed to make a little room in the cabinet.

The first thing I pulled down was a bottle of pills that had been prescribed by a doctor who died six years ago. At this point I had no idea what the prescription was for and, frankly, I'm not even sure it was for me, as the label had faded a long time ago. But since I don't know what it's for, I'll never know when I'll need it. So I put it back.

I suppose I'll keep my half-full jar of liniment. I indulged myself in a week-long addiction to this stuff after I strained a muscle in my neck. This brand uses heat to soothe aching muscles and it works pretty quickly. Next to it is a bottle of calamine lotion. It was used only once -- when I burned my neck rubbing too much liniment on it.

I should also probably keep my vertigo pills, even though a yellow sticker on the side warns: May Cause Dizziness! Now, you can look at this two ways. 1.) Don't take anything that might cause dizziness; or 2.) While the vertigo will make me dizzy in one direction, the pills will make me dizzy in another direction, countering the effects.

I was wrong. There was nothing I could part with. So I made a decision: I just won't open my medicine cabinet door anymore.


Why do mermaids wear seashells?
Because B-shells are too small and D-shells are too big.

LOL  Live Laugh and Love today!!!! 


emabecmar said...

lol, that was cute, loved the story, your medicine cabinet sounds like mine, except i did have to throw 1 item out recently, which was a bottle of cough syrup that had expired over a year ago. Triaminic it was called for my daughter. Not giving her anything that was expired, no way!!!!!! You have a great day!! (((Hugs))))

pharmolo said...

Ach, look at it this way, your pills will shortly start to grow mould, and you'll have your own supply of penicillin LOL

trickeytricky said...

'C'-shells are perfect . . .
              Mwahahahaha . . .
I'm baaaack, and I have got plenty of seashells, both on my chest and in my luggae. :-D

Live, Laugh and Love --- what a great moto!

Amanda :)

tpiez4me said...

Oh I need to laugh.....thank you!!!

butterflies4me04 said...

I can always count on a great vibe from your journal! You are such a great person! :)


butterflies4me04 said...

I can always count on a great vibe from your journal! You are such a great person! :)


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lsfp1960 said...

Barbara, put the lid down and then nothing can fall into the porcelain pool.    Loved the mermaid joke.........Linda in WA      

plieck30 said...

This entry was too cute. Boy can I relate and don't ya just hate o drop "stuff" in the commode? Now girl we went to the Country Music Jamboree tonight. Hope you sing there sometime and if you ever do you better tell me so I will be front row. Oh and was the medicine from Dr. Joyce from Lytle? Bet you didn't think I knew him, huh? Paula

am4039 said...

lol always funny stuff my dear.

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luddie343 said...

This was priceless, and alot to identify with.  Thanks for the LAUGHS!  Cathy

queenb8261 said...

LOL sis.  Too cute.  
I believe that God put on  Earth to accomplish a certain number of things.  Right now I am so far behind, I will never die.  
Love ya, Barb