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Posted by Damik , 01 February 2013 · 137 views

So I decided to go back to my old pdoc. I've tested the other two and I think he might be the best choice. I've decided that he's worth the extra $40. He took me off of Zyprexa and put me back on Saphris. So now I'm on Thorazine and Saphris and my pdoc has no intention of tapering me down. He will give me all the samples I need and will write to my insurance to get it approved.

So I'm on my way to Seattle. We are going to spend the weekend just not being in Utah. I think that will be good for us. We were met with disaster before we left though. I woke up from my nap and tried to fix my hair. I turned on the hot water and nothing happened.

Turns out downstairs in our tenant's apt the water heater had broken and it was gushing water every where. We only had a few hours to figure out what to do. To make things suck ass the plumber isn't able to get to us before two tomorrow. Luckily for us our tenant will be able to be home to meet the plumber. We are going to knock of $100 on his rent as a thank you, but he is going to have to go without hot water until then.

So great start but it isn't going to flavor the rest of the trip.




Have a good trip to Seattle.  If nothing else, it will be a change, and that can be fantastic.

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