Posted by: mountainmomma18 | June 24, 2009

“What the hell happened to Frank?” Oh and the bug did it all for the love of the animals

Ok, first let’s get this out of the way, after a bunch of medical tests that I would rather not rehash because I would like to sleep tonight and not wake up in a cold sweat and have to take a Xanax, I am getting my gallbladder out tomorrow. This means that I may not be up to blogging for a few days or that I will get all hoped up on pain meds and decides that is the best time to write something. I don’t know and I cannot promise anything because pain meds tend to make me silly and super talkative. The husband says that I could never take drugs and hide it because it is obvious when I have been medicated. You will just have to come back and see.
The Columbus Zoo was a lot of fun and bug seemed to enjoy it and I could tell that she really loved the animals as she did the following:
– While in the petting zoo and standing in the midst of a bunch of goats and their…uh….goaty goodness she dropped her paci in a puddle of some liquid that could not be readily identified, then she picked it up and attempted to put it back in her mouth. I swear you have never seen two parents move so fast. I decided that the paci should be retired after that and tossed in the trash on the way out.
– While looking at the elephants she decided that they looked thirsty and offered them her sippy, but we were too far away, so she tried to launch it over the fence and into the enclosure. Fortunately she’s a little kid so the sippy hit the fence, unfortunately it then rolled under the fence and down in that giant precipice that will always protect you when the animals at some point decide to go rogue.
All in all I felt it was a successful outing. Oh and if you are still wondering about Frank, it’s a quote from Scrubs.
““I am going to yank that gallbladder out of you so fast that your spleen is gonna say to your kidney, “WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO FRANK!?” That’s right, your kidney named your gallbladder Frank.”



  1. Good luck. I hope your spleen and kidneys are completely confused…but I hope they decide that Frank wasn’t very nice and they don’t miss him at all.

  2. I’ll be thinking about you today. Good luck, NO FEAR, and let us know how it all turns out!!

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