Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Another One Joins The Neuro "Short Bus"...

Man O' Man, but our "special" little neurology bus is getting full! Meet Colleen, from Pedestrian Crossing ...#129 over there on that growing list of MS Blog links. And I am groovin' on the fact that Colleen is a "homey". Yup...H-TOWN! HOUSTON...or, pronounced *U-ston*, if you're from them there parts.

You'd think after 12 years of living in Seattle, I would eventually begin to refer to THIS place as home... :-)

9 comments:

Spaz Attack said...

So YOU"RE the one who left the door open that all us "A" type personalities had to peer in to find out who was in the bus -- where we proceeded to get sucked in and trapped, to be totured forever and ever and ever??
Do the world a favor... shut the bus door and don't let ANyone else in!

Steve said...

It is funny. I lived in Texas for most of the first 13 years of my life. We moved to seattle and it's been my "hometown" ever since.

Colleen said...

Thanks for the warm welcome! Wow, I even merited my own item on the blog.

Now be glad you're not in Houston as we are battening down the hatches in preparation for Hurricane Ike. Yikes!

Denver Refashionista said...

Colleen, welcome to the crappy club where every day is a box of chocolates, you'll never know what to expect. On a brighter note, you'll find lots of support here and that helps with getting through the dayl

pUNKrOCKfairy said...

Ped Xing,

As one of the resident Floridians (moved here from D.C. 11 years ago and JUST started calling FL "home"), let me apologize formally for turfing all this year's storms your direction. Seriously, some of the latches on the hatches here are still busted up from the hurricanes of recent years. I feel your fear/pain.

Welcome!

Merelyme said...

LOL Where did you get that picture? I will definitely go visit Colleen. Thanks for the link!

Tracy said...

Hi,
I guess I somehow jumped on the wrong bus by accident too.
I'm so glad to have found your blog.
I was wondering though, when Denver said that every day here was like a box of chocolates, did she mean that all of the chocolates were the yucky kinds that you usually put back? That's what seems to be filling my box!

Colleen said...

Denver-

That's it, life is a box of chocolates and in my case, a box that I can't eat! (I'm trying the Swank diet)

Punk, let me apologize for all those times I was RELIEVED that the hurricanes went to FL instead of here. We've had a long run of luck, altho my house was flooded during tropical storm Allison a couple of years back.

I can say one advantage to this MS dx is that I am on some lovely anti-anxiety meds. Even my son commented on how pleasant I am right now (especially compared to the last t.s. storm!)

have myelin said...

can you jam those doors allowing people on and open the doors on the back so we can get off? :-P