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Send some love to Chrissie

Chrissie from One Pound at a Time is in the hospital with pancreatitis and gall stones. If you ever read her blog, you might want to pop over to her LiveJournal and give her some love before her surgery Sunday morning.

Speaking as someone who has been without that pesky, malfunctioning little organ known as the gallbladder for over three years now, I can testify that you won’t miss it at all, Chrissie. And you’ll have enough extra room in your body cavity to smuggle baggies of heroin over the border, which will help pay for the hospital stay.

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Chris H • March 30, 2007 at 4:54 pm

Will do…. I too have no gall bladder now, never thought of the cocaine smuggling idea.. good one! Have a lovely weekend.


mickey • April 2, 2007 at 1:41 pm

ugh, that sounds like no fun at all. i am also without a gall bladder – they seem to be more trouble than they are worth.

as for the extra space created by getting rid of it, perhaps that’s where i should look when i lose socks, pens, and the like. i bet all my missing work receipts are right there.


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