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November 05, 2009

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Rasmenia

Ha ha... the "sloshing and squelching" sounds a bit horrific, but realistic. With all of that liquid being pumped in & out, it makes sense, but I had imagined the same thing, that it would be the well-known thud-thud of medical dramas.

I think I would prefer to hear the metronome. ;)

So, with the ultrasound all done, can we all assume that you have received a clean bill of health?

Wylie

Ha! N - you made me spew my tea at the metronome stoppage... Zeroed right in on my sense of humour :D

That said - I do hope you're okay. They don't do heart tests for nothing, I don't think. Stay healthy!

Hill

This reminded me of Richard Pryor talking about having his heart attack.

He woke up and there was NO SOUND coming from the monitor. He hollered and immediately the monitor started beeping again. LOL!

Brit, sure do hope all is well with your kind and wonderful heart.

:)

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