What is that from?
Anyway, JoanneK guess the number of squash right on the nose! 28! I'm sending her a bit of lovin'.
The local GG started their cookie blitz and we were paired up with a little Brownie. Her mom was mortified, but we had a good laugh when M. went to the door, asked the older man if he would like to buy some GG cookies and he said "No thank you, I have diabetes, I can't have cookies." The girls thanked him and as they turned to leave, M. yells to her mom "He can't have them, he's got DIARRHEA!"
Of course I burst out laughing, and she looked like she wanted to cry. But then a couple houses later, E. said something in a snarky tone to me, and I turned to M's mom and said "See, it never ends, they just say it in a different tone!" And she seemed relieved to see that her daughter was normal!
I'm trying something new this morning, I drink 1/2 a cup of milk with my cold coffee every morning. And I've noticed that I have some issues regarding the bathroom and the d word, not diabetes, right after drinking my coffee. So I decided to try rice milk, gag, gag, in my coffee. It was hard to drink, but I did it, I had to use the power of my mind, which is pretty weak without the coffee, I knew that if I compared the taste to my reg. coffee, I'd be SOL, so I had to tell myself that it was something different, new, exciting. It wasn't. It was gross, disgusting and hard to drink. And as I type this I can hear my stomach making something. If it's not the milk, then it's the coffee, or the sugar-free syrup. I'm not really prepared to give up my coffee or my syrup, so I will have to weigh the options. Rumbly diarrhea tummy vs. yucky disgusting poison?
And to add to the mix, fluff ear is back. But it's also back with a bit of sinus pain and head ache. I see a pattern, and I'm taking my nasal spray. But it's so frustrating when the kids say "I hate that background music" and I can't even hear the background music. I'm pretty sure I'm losing my hearing or there is a marshmallow in my ear.