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I’ve got Drugs in my Pocket, and I Totally Know what to do with Them!

Well, technically, they were in the cooler and they are just gravol 🙂  We were en route up to Port Elgin when going through Molesworth, had to pull over.  I guess technically, we were doing drugs in the church parking lot.

Drugs to Go!

You would think maybe Dorking, but Molesworth didnt seem to be that awful of a town. Regardless, its great to be able to be mobile. Meds for pain, meds for barfing, saline for dehydration if need be.   Cooler, ice, tubing, flushes, wipes.  Lets go.

update:  OK, I guess you need to be a certain age to know the reference in the title.  Here you go. Dont let it get stuck in your head too much  http://goo.gl/DVNfq

About In the Cancer Bubble

I am Kathleen's partner of almost 25yrs supporting her through this very tough and rough spot.

5 responses to “I’ve got Drugs in my Pocket, and I Totally Know what to do with Them!

  1. Jennifer Corbett ⋅

    Hi you two!
    It was wonderful to see you yesterday in Port! Kudos to you both for putting on your proverbial game faces and going for it! ( the highway, I mean!)
    Kathleen, you are an inspiration 🙂
    Much love
    Jennifer xoxo

  2. Jennifer Corbett ⋅

    And Jan!! So nice to meet you. You had such lovely things to say about your friends K and M, with which I concurred. I highly suspect the compliments would apply to you also… 🙂

  3. Jill ⋅

    The Monks song is going through my head as I read this entry and smile.

    Kathleen, your spirit is incredible. You inspire and amaze me.

    I am so glad that our dear sister Jan brought you and Mike into our lives. You’re incredible and wonderful people.

    Big hugs to all,

    Jill

  4. orville's pooper scooper ⋅

    Know that song……I am “of a certain age”……..I guess you guys were a mobile pharmacy. Make sure “the boy” doesnt ever get into your “stash”….you know how he likes to do stupid stuff like that. I heard he was trying to out-barf you.

  5. anne paterson ⋅

    I’m glad that the ‘portable’ drugs give you the freedom to get out of town. I know getting up to Port Elgin was important to you. Glad that you got there. Hope to see you soon.

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