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One thought on the meds.

Levaquin gives me wicked, wicked drymouth. Not quite "my mouth is stuffed with sand" drymouth, but in light of two days' dehydration, I'm mildly surprised at how much water I've downed since taking it a few hours ago. And I'm still pissy about the no-dairy-products bit, because there is a log of cheddar cheese sitting in my fridge staring at me every time I go to get more water from the Brita pitcher... and a bag of shredded mozzarella, two tubs of cream cheese (whipped plain and regular strawberry), several quarters of butter, a quart of heavy whipping cream... and there's whey in the fake butter spread we have, so I'm not supposed to have that either.

This is starting to really blow. At least squirting Flonase up my nose is fun, and I get to do that every day until further notice.


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Mar. 28th, 2003 10:12 pm (UTC)
Mmm, cheese. I just ate the last of my 2 year aged Cabot cheddar. Oh sorry, that's probably not helping matters.

/me ducks
Mar. 28th, 2003 11:16 pm (UTC)
S'all right. How good was it? I'm not as picky about cheese as Robert, but I make up for it in quantity and since he foots the habit, I can't complain. (:

When our tax refund comes in (shortly after I finish the antibiotics), we're splurging on good cheese at the health food store. I miss the little boutiques (The Truffle, St Kilian's Cheese Shop, The Cheese Co.) and whole-foods places all over Denver, but it's good to know I can get small-batch cheese at the health food store.
Mar. 29th, 2003 12:41 am (UTC)
Cabot cheese is ALWAYS amazing. I love cheeses of all types (and I do mean all) but I am partial to good cheddars for the everyday stuff. Even the average Cabot cheddars in the grocery store (they're even in the Walmarts around here) makes for good sandwich cheese. Vermont is where true american cheddars come from, just forget Wisconsin altogether (except for Italian varieties).

Mmmm, cheese
Mar. 29th, 2003 10:18 am (UTC)
life without cream cheese? Is it possible? hee hee Can I eat your share of dairy products?

Sorry you've been feeling so shitty lately. (((hugs)))
Mar. 31st, 2003 06:09 pm (UTC)
I've been able to go for three days so far without cream cheese, although vegetable oil spread doesn't do Thomas' New York-style bagels justice.

And yes, you can. If you were nearby I'd tell you to go nuts with the several pints of Ben & Jerry's in my freezer. (:
Mar. 31st, 2003 09:25 pm (UTC)
Ben & Jerry's? What flavor? It's only an hour drive.

(looking for an excuse to actually meet you)
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