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Old April 16th, 2015, 09:33 AM
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OK so I finally got my MRI yesterday. It was a SEDATED MRI. As I was being prepped the nurse told me that if I felt anxious or felt like I need more sedation I should just wiggle my feet................I started to laugh and she asked what was so funny and I just shook my head and smiled . Turns out I'm one of those people that will sit and wiggle my feet. I fall asleep waving my feet and it drives my wife crazy some times.

My wife works at the hospital and stopped in to see what was taking so long for my double shoulder MRI. Turns out a coil failed so they had to switch it out well she said I was wiggling my feet every 5 minuets so the nurse would ramp up my meds.

Now to the point. I had this dream that I was surrounded by stainless steel equipment that would make Walter Whites Meth lab look like a back yarders oil burner rig. I was waiting for my finisher to come to a boil. A few fellow producers came running in and said it froze last night and all my lines were running at full capacity. I remember running outside and starting up my rig that was out in the woods looking like a moonshine camp. Well I kept trying to get back to the finisher but got distracted time after time. I found out that it all boiled over onto the floor and because I don't have floor drains and the wheels started turning and I woke up after I found a shop vac that had a clear tank........................WHAT WAS I THINKING. Mr Haynes Mr haynes wake up!! I need a vacation away from my vacation.
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It's no wonder you were wiggling your feet!!
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Ok Haynes, now the real question. Did the mri get to the root of all your problems?
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Will know on Friday what the MRI shows. It baffles me how the Dr's office is run.

I walk in and hand the CD to the girl at the front desk because I was in the area.
she asks what this for?
I say the Dr.
she asks what's its for?
I say its my MRI for the Dr to look at.
She asks did he order it?
I say yes how else would I get the hospital to do an MRI.
She asks if I have and appointment?
I say no I wanted him to look at it first.
She says would I like to make one?
I say not until the Dr looks at it.
She looks very puzzled like a dog when you make a high pitched noise.
I say if he looks at it and sees a huge tumor in there I'm sure he will be referring me to someone else.
She looks at me like a dog when you.......well you know
I said just have him look at it and then Ill make an appointment.
She calls me the next day and says the Dr would like you to come in and discuss the results with you.
I ask what did he see?
She says she cant discuss it with me over the phone because of HEPA rules.
I say sure when do you have an opening.
She says Friday.
I say see you then.
I guess I see Fido then.
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I hope "it's not a tuma". When she greets you on Friday just tilt your head to one side and raise your ears a bit. Maybe have one lip half stuck to your canine.

good luck at the dr. Haynes.
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Thanks LMF I just hate therapy but I don't like slings and instructions DONT MOVE IT FOR 6 WEEKS either.
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AHH, sounds like shoulder??

So when you wiggle the toes is it because your thinking about your next build?
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Yea when I'm a little riled up I tend to get the feet wiggling. When I'm on to something in my feeble mind I telegraph it. Now I know why at around 9:00 at night the legs start jumping the wife fakes illness and runs to bed
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Just tell her she can wake up, or you'll enjoy this all by myself.
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