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Jennifer E. Thomas
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It's almost like there are these periods where our relationship is smooth and steady, and then there are times when it's like standing on the edge of this gorgeous, wonderful waterfall and just letting yourself drop, knowing that there's a safe pool of water ready to catch you at bottom. You take the plunge and you're in wayyyy over your head, but oh man, it's exhilarating, it's breathtaking, it's just incredible and you feel better than you ever have before and the water is cool and refreshing and exactly what you needed.

Sam is my waterfall.

- LJ entry from 8/2005


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Medical ID Tattoo

So I am seriously thinking of getting a tattoo similar to the one featured in this article. Mine would list both diabetes and asthma, as those are the conditions I have that are most likely to cause emergencies.

Only one problem. Placement.

I don't want it on my wrist where it would always be visible no matter what I wore. I'm thinking upper right bicep, but would EMTs think to look under a tee shirt sleeve, you know?

So. Maybe I should just get a new medic-alert bracelet.

Borderline symptom of the day: aggravatedaggravated

midway on the forearm might be good. hidden by long sleeves, but they'll see it when they go looking for a vein. Not as obvious as the top of the wrist, either.

Left breast. If you're unconsious and EMTs have to take you in, they very first thing they will do is put EKG leans on you--rt shoulder and left breast.

Not too sexy though. Maybe you could dress it up with some hearts. :-)

that would be EKG LEADS, not leans...sheesh...

Any particular reason this entry is dated June 1st?