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Thursday, December 18, 2008

It's not stalking

Orren got his drain removed, Praise God! It was such a blessing and now we can move forward. I couldn't help but be thankful for so many of my blessings sitting in that clinic. Most of the children there were dealing with palette or facial malformations. The smiles on their faces and watching them play was beyond precious and eye opening.

I did learn about our society breeding "super bugs" and the use of neosporin; triple antibiotic cream and antibacterial wipes role in that. Very enlightening!

It is late so I am going to call it a day. I want to leave you with this. I thought it was so funny, especially for all of us bloggers and those who read them. It also reminds me a lot of things I used to do in college with my roommate! I wish I had this then!

Be well!


Leigh said...

the sign, HAHA so true!

And the use of medications...and you know I am a germaphob and sake stock in these things, but I get warned all the time from my mom and my friends of this.

SO glad Orren is well! Praise God!

Bama Belle said...

I am a germ-a-phob as well, who knew I was breeding such things!

LauraBeth said...

So glad to hear the drain came out and you can start moving forward! I had no idea about the germs - will need to do more stalking, ahem, RESEARCH!

jennifer said...

Yea for Orren! He has been a trooper!! Um, I'm NOT a germaphobe. LOLOLOLOL!

Staceystace said...

Hi, I came over from Hewy's blog...I enjoyed my "visit". I got a kick out of your southern belle post! It's so funny. I married a yankee and he has often commented on these behaviors! He calls me his "Steel Magnolia".

Bama Belle said...

LauraBeth~ you are so funny! Please do all the "research" you need, I have been doing some your way! It is a lot of fun at your place. Thank you for your well wishes and prayers for Orren. I am glad to have you as a Blog Buddy. I need to add you to my blog roll! But you haven't added the "follow" me gadget. When you do let me know OK?

Jen~ If you became a germaphob what would happen to the dust bunnies? Better not, I would hate to have to adopt them all!

Staceystace~ I am so glad you dropped in! Please visit anytime. Take your husband's nickname with a smile as there is no higher term of endearment for us!

Bama Belle said...

LauraBeth scratch that. I fixed it and got you on the list!