Hi, hello there, yes, we’re home.  Exhausted.  Drained.  Spent.  Weary.

Miss Attitude got through the lumbar puncture just fine.  She said (her words), “It hurt A LOT, but not as much as I thought it would.”  She did great.  I, on the other hand, almost passed out halfway through.  But Miss Attitude did great.

Thank you all so much for your thoughts, prayers, good vibes, etc.  It was so comforting, knowing you guys were thinking of us today.

I’ll try to write more about today another time.  Right now I’m too mentally, physically, and emotionally exhausted to form coherent thoughts.  I just wanted to get on the computer long enough to say “thanks” and to let you know everything went well.  Good night, friends.


11 Responses to hrmbrfrgklglzbgrvrbrgr

  1. kalki says:

    She is so brave. She gets that from her momma.

  2. Danielle says:

    She sure has a positive attitude about it all. I’m impressed. You’ve done a great job raising her.

    I’m anxiously awaiting the results… and a bit worried, of course, as I’m a worry-wart.

    I’m sending a big hug your way. And a nice cup of strong tea to get you going and for comfort.

  3. Susie says:

    Glad that’s done. Whew. Very brave girls, you are.

  4. Squirl says:

    Like Susie said, you’re both very brave girls. And, like Danielle, it sounds like Miss Attitude’s attitude is brave and positive.

    Crossing fingers for good news from this!

  5. I am so glad Miss A did ok. She is one tough cookie. I think the only good part is that if you are getting one you don’t have to watch. Now being the Momma and watching is probably harder. You both did great! HUGS!

  6. amy says:

    Oh! Glad to hear it, LB. Brave sweet girl you have there.

  7. Squirl says:

    I hope you’re all holding up okay. Hang in there.

    In the meantime, check out Susie’s Valentine’s Day post. The post and the comments will give some much needed laughs.

  8. Nils says:

    I’m not the praying type, but I’m sending every positive vibe at my disposal your way – and Miss A’s way, of course.

    I know YOU might feel guilty thinking about the impact this is having on YOU … your attentions and prayers and concerns are properly with your baby. But forgive us all if we take some of the massive pile of prayers, good wishes and positive thoughts and direct them to our Ladybug.

    Sounds like Miss A is getting first-rate medical attention and is surrounded by love and support. But anyone who has ridden shotgun to a loved one who is fighting a battle with his or her body knows that it’s draining in every way – emotionally, physically, and spiritually.

    Whatever we can do to bolster YOU is only going to be good for Miss A., and it’s the one way we – who care about you and are worried about her – can join in the fight. So … count on us.

    And look – just look – at the resources we can muster: the towering compassion of folks like Susie; the empathy and courage of the Kranki one; the gentle kindness of Squirl; and the love that pours through every word from the rest of us. It’s an imposing army, it’s solidly behind you, and if you find yourself starting to falter you can call on any of us, any time.

    Be strong for Miss A – she needs you. And if you find yourself stumbling, don’t have one single second thought about leaning on any of us.

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