Monday, June 20, 2005


I'm convinced that the gut has a 'second brain'. Oodles and oodles of neurons live in and around the gut for the sole purpose to ensuring that our sustenance gets where it is supposed to go. However, they also cause trouble. People can get 'abdominal migraines.'

I get nausea. Whenever something bad happens, or I get super worried about something my stomach goes crazy. Those of you who know me, know that I can knock down small buildings when I belch, but this is worse. I don't get belchy, I just get queasy.

I've been nauseous for two weeks now, and I'm not having fun. So everyone think soothing thoughts toward my belly.

The husband will thank you!


Me said...

Well, I'm glad it wasn't the raspberry sauce I made from scratch!

Soothing thoughts go out to Doctawife's tummy! Begone, you nasty queasiness, you!

Me said...

Oh, and even though you hopefully know this, feel free to call or come over and vent your spleen over what's bothering you. If you must vent your stomach, feel free to guide yourself to one of the toilets in my home.