Dear Lawd Gawd,

Today was weird, too. For the past two to three days, the weather was beautiful! Fluffy, puffy clouds of white appeared in the skies. Some were purplish and and wispy, too! The smell of the air is refreshing with some hint of ions! I love it!

However, you allowed for two goofs.

At 1130 AM, we had an early and rushed lunch. I injected Mom with eight units of insulin, had diabetic spaghetti which doesn’t hit Mom’s system as readily like white rice, which is mostly sugar, and we left around 1215 PM for my whole blood donation scheduled at 1230 PM.

Unfortunately, I received a temporary deferral letter due to โ€œ[My] hemoglobin level is 12.3, which is outside the acceptable range for blood donation.โ€ That reading was from my left MIDDLE finger while my right MIDDLE finger read as 12.0.

According to the flip side of the piece of paper the Hemoglobin Fact Sheet said that:

โ€œThe normal ranges for healthy men and women are:

Men: 13.5 to 17.5 g/dl and
Women: 12.0 to 15.5 g/dl.”

It said that I can learn more at http://www.redcrossblood.org/iron

The other booger that you’ve bestowed upon us was a potential death of Mom. WTF! I know y’all are hearing my prayers but I didn’t expect an answer so fast and in such a SLOW manner. I’d imagine a peaceful going, not one of dragging us down with it. Sheesh.

Anyway, the bloatware had a low blood glucose reading of 65 mg/dl. She felt sick, dizzy, weak, and sweaty upon our arrive at home around 1325 PM. Dad had to walk behind her from the car and hold onto her so she won’t fall onto her French Provincial high back chaise.

Her initial blood pressure reading was over 200 and after a few minutes of settling down it resumes the normal readings. We called her endocrinologist, spoke with Mary, and hurried to her appointment at 1430 PM. He adjusted her sliding grid.

So I proceeded to force feed the bloated one one tall can of coconut water with 42 grams of sugar! I had Mom test her blood glucose level in front of her doctor and it read 211 mg/dl. That’s yet another double-digit numerical symbolism.

Oh, and Susan the Chinese at the front desk laughed and loved my Trump Cat shirt. Earlier, a VERY talkative Mexicano at the blood donation center loved my Trump Cat shirt. I was happy for temporarily. BahQ

And so I’ve just installed the latest iOS11 update for both my MacBook Air and iPad A1822 (2017). Should I restart the shits? Usually for the Windows 10, I’d have to restart the system to ‘apply’ the updates. How does this work?

Anyway, I’m so grateful you allowed us to be tortured on such as fine and blessed day. I was so looking forward to giving up my bad blood before the 9/23/2017 event. But I guess you had other plans.

The Vietnamese lead of that place said that during the Hurricane Harvet request for blood, they had 24 humanz lined up. So I dont’ know how they can process all of them if it took freaking 25 minutes from 1230 to call me into the room before deferring me!

I guess we better NOT mess with our blood.



P.S. Do you have any blood or some other supplement beside a ‘balanced diet’ of foodstuff for me to drink or eat? Maybe that might boost my lower-end hemoglobin level readings. Brouhaha!

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  1. Remember, how we fixed my daughter’s cat Charcoal? She had low blood and was dying. I pay pal’d my girl some $$ to go buy that liquid chlorophyll.

    From the October 2001 Idaho Observer:

    Chlorophyll: The Blood of Plants for a Superior Blood Bank

    The chlorophyll molecule bears a striking resemblance to hemoglobin, the red pigment in human blood. The red blood pigment is a web of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen atoms grouped around a single atom of iron. Nature’s green pigment is a similar web of the same atoms, except that its centerpiece is a single atom of magnesium.

    We always bought the Natures Way Chlorofresh, the plain or original one.

    And that way, never have to worry about getting dirty blood from a stranger.

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