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in keeping with the weird dreams theme...

April 27th, 2006 at 07:37 am

Last night I dreamt that I attended Princess Perky's oldest son's birthday party. It was held at an enormous church. Her family had just joined the church and the entire congregation was there. I remember that her son's name did start with a G (like it does in real life!) but I can't remember what it was in the dream. It was a surname of some sort. I sidled up to PP and said "hi! I'm kashi!" but she was too busy to talk. Clearly, I spend too much time on this site.

Payday tomorrow - too bad my check is already spent. It's a bad habit.

I'm soooo looking forward to my chiropractic appt tomorrow night, but I'm going to have to cut back. At $25 a pop, it is getting expensive. I'm sure the doctor will want me to come back frequently, but I just can't afford it. SO is gently but persistently trying to persuade me to go to a medical doctor. It's week three, and although my headache has greatly diminished, my neck and shoulders still feel like they are in a vice grip. Maybe he's right...but I have a tendency to have more faith in alternative medicine.

May is almost here! The year is flying by.

5 Responses to “in keeping with the weird dreams theme...”

  1. markio26 Says:

    glad to hear you are much better... i would pay and keep up the treatments until i feel much better... $25 isn't that much for feeling better.
    then i would cut back to once a month sessions.

  2. PrincessPerky Says:

    Thats halarious I was in your dream! I hope I was drop dead gorgeous, but sorry I was so rude!

  3. kashi Says:

    markio - true, $25 isn't much. I'm just worried about having to dip into savings for this.

    PP - you had drop dead gorgeous long hair, that I remember! Wink

  4. baselle Says:

    The chiropractor has helped me quite a bit, so I'm with you. I am lucky that my health insurance covers some of it, with a 20$ copay, but in the early stages (4X/week stage) I had to dip into savings. Is it possible that you have insurance and/or a health flex spending account that could help you?

  5. kashi Says:

    I do have insurance; the $25 per session is my copay. You're right, the 4x a week thing gets expensive! I don't have a flex account simply because I don't (normally) go to the doctor enough to warrant having it.

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