You Know You’re a Spoonie When: fun list

This post actually made me laugh out loud. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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I’m not Jeff Foxworthy but some things about being health impaired are so ridiculous, we might as well try to laugh. Here are a few I thought of along with some additions from my Spoonie friends. Please share yours in the comments section!

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You Know You’re a Spoonie When:

-You have more cute socks and pajamas than sexy lingerie’ and heels.

-You are on a first name basis with all of the local pharmacists.

-Your family uses YOU as their excuse for getting out of things they don’t want to do with other people.

-If a stranger comes to your front door, you just hide until they go away.

-You have more salts in your bathroom than the DMV road crews in the winter.

-Your spouse/partner fills your meds for you as a romantic gesture of his/her affection (goodbye flowers!).

-You have become mysteriously artsy/crafty over time…

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5 thoughts on “You Know You’re a Spoonie When: fun list

  1. Men do not generally refer to their socks or PJs as “cute”. Otherwise, much of the list applies–especially making fun of commercials of drugs I’ve taken. It gets worse when they are about psych drugs. (I hate those stupid cartoony Abilify commercials… they don’t dare say it’s an anti-psychotic, so I’ve found at least one person who thought it was an anti-depressant. Surprise, nope!)

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  2. Thanks Joy for reading my Writing 101 and always liking them because I know they are dreadful! Today is my LAST DAY!! YEA!! I just wanted to drop you a note to let you know I will be able to read and comment on your posts now. 🙂

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