Friday, October 15, 2010

Take It To The Doc, Guess He Oughta Know . . . .

[obscure Alice Cooper reference. . . .]

Anyway, so by about 3:30 on Tuesday, I felt like shyte.  Like a dog turd.

I wish I could conjure up other icky, rotten images.

I felt bad, and achy, and old.  Tired, unable to really muster any strength in my arms, and every joint ached. My knees and hips were especially pained.

Standing up from a seated position was rough, I tell ya.

This has persisted 'til

right now.

I hurt, and I'm achy and tired.  I feel old.

Older than I think I am.

My girly is gently suggesting [nigh insisting] that I call the doc, and get looked at fer Lyme Disease.

I have no doc; my cardiologist will surely not be amused, and my other doctor hasn't yet emerged.

I am doc-less.

Should i skip this step, buck up, and assume I'm just achy and old because vacation is over?

Hep me here, peoples.

Thank you in advance


¡barangus!™ said...

Put the lime in the coconut and drink it all up.

mister muleboy said...

Candy everywhere, got chocolate in my hair,
Aching to get me.
Sticky sweet suckers in the Halloween air,
Aching to get me.
Saint Vitus dance on my molars tonight,
Aching to get me.
Aching to get me, get me oh ...
Take it to the doc, I guess he ought to know,
La, da, da, da, da.
Which ones can stay, which ones gotta go.
La, da, da, da, da.
He looks in my mouth and then he starts to gloat.
He says my teeth are O.K.,
But my gums got to go.
Oh oh ...
I come off the gas but I'm still seeing spies,
Aching to get me.
I can see them all through a glassy pair of eyes,
Aching to get me.
De Sade's gonna live in my mouth tonight,
La, da, da, da, da,
And the rotten tooth fairy is satisfied,
La, da, da, da, da,
Aching to get me, get me oh ...

"Unfinished Sweet"
Billion Dollar Babies
Warner Brothers K 56013

Who Am Us Anyway? said...

I'm sorry to hear this and also sorry to tell you that unfortunately the lime & coconut cure only relieves the bellyache and is no good for these symptoms of yours.

You my friend must see the MD.

The normal old-man aches & pains come on gradual like and not all at once and not everywhere at the same time -- hey man, see a doc. And report back please!