Oh my . . . been there . . . I think we all should join you! Save the arm . . . Cheesy, bacon, onion, guacamole, burger . . . soon!
LOLOL.. oh it does sounds good..in a bad away :-)
I'd say good luck, but that just seems wrong. The burger will be something your body really wants! Sounds delicious.
Enjoy it -- you earned it!
Good luck today! And, don't eat your arm... I'm sure you'll need it for something later, like for holding that big, fat, huge, juicy, disgusting bad for you burger with the fixins', lol!
sometimes you just gotta do it! where do you get that monster from? a few weeks ago i got a big mac...it was delish...hadn't had one in a couple of years!
Hope it all ends well today.
The worst is over if you managed to drink that vile stuff and keep it down. And why are you driving yourself? Aren't you going to need someone to drive you home or to the hamburger place?
I had one back in November. The new stuff to drink didn't make me sick. Hope it turns out as well for you. Just waiting on the bill now (OUCH)
Hope every turns out okay. Take care of yourself.
The prep is the hard part...enjoy whatever you decide to indulge in...I did!...:)JP
Eat your arm off??? BAAHAHAHAHAHA!! :):)
Sooooo..can I have your outfit when you outgrow it? :)
Hope all went well..Glad those pants are stretchy!!!..Did they let you drive yourself after your procedure??
PS>>Love your header..
How'd it go? I hope it all went well and you happily enjoyed your breakfast/lunch!
late to the party as usual! I see a few others wanted to know too if you drove yourself????? You know, it was ALL worth it for the most fabulous nap of my life (and the fact they caught a HUGE not great polyp in time! yeah!) Good luck!!
It's a well known fact that anything is better with guacamole added onto it. Send me a piece of it next time.
I think that is the hard part of the whole procedure.....not being able to eat anything but a popsicle or icky broth...yuck....and just the fact that you "can't" eat anything is awful. Of course, once the prep starts you don't even want to think about food. When my husband had his colonospopy a few years ago as soon as he was done we had to go to Denny's for a Grand Slam breakfast! Yep, he was hungry dude! ~Hugs, Patti
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