Friggin’ Ants

There’s ants wandering all over my keyboard this morning. MY KEYBOARD <—panicky voice here. What do they want with my keyboard? I can't imagine. Okay. Yes. I ate some cake with my fingers yesterday and then, answered a bunch of email. Still. Stay off my keyboard. It is sacred ground, you stoopid ants.

Yesterday, iTunes notified me I had a $63 credit. I have no idea where it came from. No memory. So, I did check the side effects of the Ativan gob the ER gave me, and memory loss was listed. I have a feeling this happens every time I have to take some Ativan. I have memory loss but I can't remember because I have memory loss. Anyway. That does not stop me from spending the iTunes $63 gift from God via memory loss. I decided I really like songs about robots. I spent hours yesterday listening to songs about robots. I bought 2, and one of them was the song from the Metal Heart video below. I am the world's worst shopper – either online or at the brick and mortar.

Tomorrow I have another appointment at a different retina specialist's office. I tried calling my GP for a referral which is a requirement for my HMO, but I could not get through. The call kept going to the answering service, which is okay too since I am currently mad at my GP and calling him an asshole. Then, I called the specialist directly to beg for an appointment and the lady answering the phone said, "No need for begging. You don't need a referral. You were here in 2009. You are a current patient." What? No I don't remember that either.

Picture has nothing to do with any of the topics. It is from the inside of a car wash, and my cousin sent it to me. The car wash is on drugs. Perhaps Ativan. And tomorrow it will forget it sprayed colored soap on my cousin's car.



Filed under epilepsy, general weirdness, medical

4 responses to “Friggin’ Ants

  1. Vista, you were too quick with those ants. They were going to type you a message, but are not heavy enough for the keys. They need to eat some of that cake, gain some wait, then they can type you a message.

    Good luck with the visit. A return customer.

  2. AZ

    My computer service tech used to say you should turn your keyboard upside down and shake the crap out of it at least once a month. Literally a ton of crap fall out of mine every time; cracker crumbs, cookie crumbs, salt, pepper, dried seaweed (I’m 1/2 Japanese), all manner of detritus collects in my keyboard.

    • Nada

      We think just alike. I have been shaking the fool out of my laptop. Upside down. This keyboard is so tight, nothing is falling out.

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