Dear Dr. Jones:
Yes, you’ve been our pediatrician for, oh, let’s say at LEAST 17 years. You were there when our darling Sassy kept me awake for the first six months of her life with the nastiest case of colic I have EVER seen. And she’s been loud ever since.
However, a 17 year old girl is even MORE enjoyable when you throw in a large dose of PCOS. For those of you out there who might NOT have medical degrees, this condition involves your ovaries, and let’s just say it keeps the poor girl in a perpetual state of PMS. (raging.)
Then, to add cherries to the already iced cake, you decided to prescribe a lovely steroid to finally knock out that nasty sinus infection that, after three different meds, she couldn’t shake.
The medicine should have come with a warning for the family. PROCEED WITH CAUTION, is what I recommend. Or even TAKE COVER. Oh, and a LARGE dose of valium for all family members who might come in contact with her, no matter how hard they try to avoid her.
Now if you’ll excuse me, her father, sister, brother, two dogs and I will be hiding under the oak desk in the basement office. Knock three times and shout “Ollie ollie in come free” and we MIGHT unlock the door.
(Frankly, I’d rather face Tightwad after an 18 point turn.)
(and for those of you chained to your computer by a mad intruder who is forcing you to read blogs, you COULD go over here and vote. They let you vote every dang DAY. So I heard.)