How Do You Spell Relief?

Da Goddess @ 19:39

I spell it h.y.d.r.o.c.o.d.o.n.e.

And “cymbalta”. And “ambien”.


It’s been almost two freakin’ months without meds. Can you guess who’s already taken her meds?


  1. Deep breath…exhale…ahhhhhhhhhh

    Comment by Stu — 2012/12/28 @ 05:58

  2. I could write poetry about floating on Vicodin. Which is why I take it ONLY when prescribed and I need it (like when I wrenched my back two years ago), and I savor the very last pill in the bottle. A little less self control and I could easily become an addict, scamming and begging doctors for the stuff, so I’m very careful when it’s in the house.

    Comment by diamond dave — 2012/12/28 @ 07:18

  3. Good news, but take care.

    Comment by The Gray Monk — 2012/12/28 @ 10:15

  4. Wonderful and thank God it’s about damn time! :D

    Comment by pamibe — 2012/12/28 @ 12:11

  5. Always careful. That’s why I’m only on these three and only take them at night (except for severe breakthrough pain).

    It’s going to be at least a week before I’m back on track. Do I feel a bit better? Yes. It’s just that when you’ve been off meds for so long, everything tenses up and does bad things to parts of you that weren’t bent/broken/damaged. Once you take the pain meds, things start to relax and you hurt in a different way.

    Comment by Da Goddess — 2012/12/28 @ 18:53

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