I had such an incredibly mahhhhvelous, exciting day yesterday. Unfortunately what “Turns me on . . . and off” isn’t the same mahvelous experience for Miss JudyJudith. Humans are rather delicate. Pity.
Well, back to me. I commemorated Go RED! for heart disease day with a visit to my personal cardiologist. For the better part of 2 1/2 hours I was administered to. Such a delight since most of the time I toil unrecognized and behind the scenes.
I was turned up. I was turned down, I was adjusted and tweaked. Truely a spa day to bring out my glow. I am as magnetic a personality as always.
And I was exonerated. You won’t believe how much I get unjustly blamed for. It’s undoubtedly because of my feminine beauty that the finger always gets pointed to me. Being a star it comes with the territory but it is tiring.
Seems as if JudyJudith’s V-nodes (too complicated for those of you not as close to the heart of things as I to comprehend) are competing and the beats aren’t beating and the circuits are heating. Blood pressure is elevating, Judy is deflating. Ah I wax poetic.
JudyJudith was told by the doctor to take it easy so I, ONCE AGAIN, am helping her out by writing all of you. I’ll see to it that she’ll be just just fine. Never as good as new, of course because she’s not new. So what’s new . . . ? She wants me to assure you that all is well.
Well, back to me. I’m doing mahhhhhhvelously well. And I want to remind you that heart disease is the number 1 killer of women. So please take heart, take care and review the symptoms of heart attack. We pacemakers prefer being in the bodies of humans who are alive.
with much love,
Miss Tallulah Pacehead
Should you want to refresh yourself on my activities – how Pacemakers are implanted etc here are past posts: Cranky Tallulah, Open Letter from Tallulah, Pacemaker Activity Hospital Guidelines, Pacemaker Implant Instructions)