Thursday, March 23, 2006

the Celexa taper-down continues

This week, I switched to 5 mg from 10 mg. Yesterday, I bawled like a baby during the end of The Simpsons episode where Homer meets his mother (voiced by Glenn Close) only to have to say goodbye to her again when the authorities give chase...

me = wreck

I've also been sick with bronchitis. This scares me: what kind of bronchial bacteria sets up house in a body that has been taking amoxicillin for two weeks? (Answer: the kind that kicks your ass.)

24 comments:

Carrie said...

dude...you cried over the SIMPSONS...that in itself requires you to increase your dose of Celexa....btw doesn't it cause little sally to be not so happy to make new friends?

Miss Thistle said...

I remember when I was taking Zyban to quit smoking (ha!), I'd cry at anything. At one point, I was driving down a highway, bawling my eyes out while listening to Bonnie Tyler's "Angel of the Morning."

Butchieboy said...

Jesus, man. I bet you're a fucking mess watching the Tony Awards.

madamerouge said...

IT'S A TOUCHING EPISODE! Heartless bastards, all of you.

Miss T: that would be Juice Newton.

Butchie: the Tonys are for teh gayz. I'm not down with that shit, yo.

Butchieboy said...

You are like the gayest gay in gay gaytown, though.

Miss Thistle said...

Juice Newton? "Queen of Hearts" Juice Newton? My reality? She is blown apart.

And, you're right; it is a touching episode. When he's sitting on the trunk of the car looking at the stars? Sad. Although, keep in mind this validation comes from someone who went to see Eight Below in the theatre and got a little misty. I hate myself sometimes.

The Persian said...

I've seen that episode, it's so sweet how her and Lisa bond.

Dear god man, I hope you feel better soon! I have been kinda feeling nasty but you are apparently in much worse shape.

*HUGS*

toobusyliving said...

Thank God you don't get the Hallmark Channel. Hope you feel better soon!

Jason said...

It's Julie's bday if you are up for going out. Celexa loves booze.

your judgemental aunt said...

Why not make up those 5 mg of Celexa with 10 mg of Joy. Yes, that's right Joy. You don't even need a prescription; you'll only need a smile.

Turn that frown upside-down!

(I'd say Jesus loves you but he prolly doesn't since you're a dirty protestant)

toobusyliving said...

I found something for Madamerouge to look forward to; something to keep her spirits up.

Butchieboy said...

I'm on my way to buy tix right now!

Butchieboy said...

Hey, Rouge. This guy's gay. Do you know him? http://spaceyray.blogspot.com/

madamerouge said...

you been smacked yet today, Butch1e?

(actually, it's o.k. That guy had some really hot pictures of Chris Evans on his blog)

tornwordo said...

Hope you feel better soon. A little fucking sun and Spring would do us all good I think.

Dead Robot said...

Sounds like someone needs some Pipingrad!
(Start with Page 1 of Sh*THouse)

Natasha said...

Mloyd,
I'm worried about you. Come North for the weekend, if you need some love and laughter. XOX

teh l4m3 said...

Vicks VapoRub, baby!!!!

ANd go easy on the dairy.

George Larson said...

Hey, Mdm.

I want you to know that I cried at that Simpsons episode, too.

I don't know what's wrong with these people, insulting people comfortable and capable of expressing their feelings.

Cartoons can be touching!

madamerouge said...

;-)

The other Simpsons that 'gets' me every time is the one where Maggie says her first word.

sirbarrett said...

That's sounds nasty. All you can do is get some decent rest and hope for the best.

mistipurple said...

what do i know about being sensitive.. i cried buckets when you posted the 'oo oo oo baby please don't go' song, when mitz went missing.
hope you're feeling better with all that antibiotics in you. remember to take some nutritious food or soup. it helps your body to cope with all that medicine doing overtime.

Butchieboy said...

I don't know...I thought gay guys all knew each other like realators or cops or something. Dude, I'm a fourteen year old girl, what do you expect?

The only time I cry during cartoons is when my wife turs them off an makes me change the baby's diaper. Or my diaper. Or clean my room.

car@ said...

Another cryier here! i am too emotional. And no! i have not seen the episode but i am sure i would cry...i cryed loads when beavies and butthead disapeared.

Hope you feel better soon madame, you better take care!
and btw: don't you think José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero our prime minister of Spain looks soooo dumb? in my blog is still the day i have to write about him and make some fun. Pple hates Bush (me too) but i even hate HIM more!