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We are moving by the end of the month we already send our notices. We already got some of our stuff to our new studio. Plus yes, we are trying to sign up for kidney donor's list, so if I disappear for a bit, maybe a day or two and I didn't reply, remind me and send me a PM. I would appreciate that. And thank you all for playing with me.
 

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I got rained on trying to take down Christmas lights, I know its been too long lol but it has been raining so yeah, it was just a drizzle but I was already up the ladder when it started pouring. So yeah, Head cold. My head felt like its a size of a watermelon. and foggy. I am trying to reply as fast as I can please be a little patient with me.
 

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We have our stuff boxes and boxes of our things all piled up in the living room. I had slept for the past two days we got back I apologize if I haven't been able to post we started a slow move, you know to bring the bunnies, and dogs, our bed, cable, and some food, that alone took three days, plus yes, had to bring dialysis machine, and some bags with solution. He is undergoing dialysis. Had to go to Kaiser for some laser eye surgery. Tonight we do a last check of our apartment, take what we forgot to take and return the keys. Please be more patient, I will try to reply tonight. Again, sorry for the wait.
 

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One more and last run, why is it when you are moving it can't be just one go? Probably I get more tired, it's been one long one week move, we have two sets of pets, dogs, and rabbits, plus yes, my partner or hubby has a stage 5 kidney failure so, with the in-home dialysis, we also need to do doctor's visits, laser eye surgery, so you can guess, how am I so tired, those bags of solution is 30 pounds each, two of them in a box, is exhausting to lift, living on a second floor now above the garage of someone's house, this was the best decision we ever made. We used to live in an apartment on the second floor with horrible neighbors on the third. We would miss our next door neighbor Justin and his dog Zeus. But this house, we are the only one on the second floor, it is a short flight of stairs not as strenuous like our old apartment. We have our privacy and we don't hear the noise anymore like our old unit, banging, thumping and god, the nerve of those people. Here the only noise is the bunnies with their occasional playing with their bowls or the dogs, but other than that, peace and quiet.

So please give me time, later this afternoon one last run. And hopefully a little rest from appointments. I was supposed to unpack boxes lol but looking at them, I suddenly grew lazy hehehe so maybe the next day. I feel like replying, I owe my partners it has been so long. So please bear with me, I will try to reply to all :)
 

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I had a terrible day, I had an accident. We hired someone from Task Rabbit to load up the rest of our knick-knacks (trash bags things, small odd boxes etc) and move it to our new place. I was paying her $47 dollars for a small job it's because we were still recovering from our soreness and cramps, one week of moving and all. She was complaining about her job before me evidently she had been working all day and we are her 3rd move for the day so she is exhausted and our apartment is on the second floor. It is not our concern, right? She could just have turned it down to give us a better tasker to take on our job that won't be too tired. But she was there, so I said, we will move it closer to the stairs for you. That is all the help I can offer her, I am not supposed to help at all, it is her job.

So yeah, we were thinking if we stay she would use the excuse again for us to help her for what we were paying her to do. So I told her we got an errand, you know where our place is, just please line them up neatly away from the pool and the rain, there are chances of raining the next day. We didn't ask her to bring it upstairs since we do have one flight of stairs so it would be easier for her since she cannot stop saying she was tired and looked tired. Just to get it over with. So I thought she would be more than happy to line them up on the side of the wall at least right?

When we got home wow, she scattered it all over the place, I was furious but okay I decided to clear up the pathway since she just dumps our stuff like it was trash and left. I grab for the stuff she left at the other side of the pool where it is going to get wet, I tripped on the box she haphazardly left on the side I lost one shoe and I would have fallen in the deep end of the pool, if I didn't launch myself towards the wall on the side of our door. I landed on the boxes there, I couldn't move at first, I must have hit my head hard somewhere not sure if it was the wall or one of the tv table, but it knocks the wind out of me, had to call out to my partner since I couldn't get up. I have a nasty bump on my head, the size of an orange, and my arm is painful too, bruises everywhere. My partner wouldn't let me sleep since I might have a concussion, but it started to rain, so it is risky to drive. I am better now. Just give me time to catch up. Task Rabbit refunded me and only paid her gas money. I didn't leave a nasty review or texted her something bad, but I did report her. That is not right. She shouldn't put us in that situation.
 

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Yesterday I built the bunny's condo. XD but I only purchased one unit and since they need to be bonded again, so had to put a divider, so waiting for more railings, I plan to build them a villa hehe so they will have more fun if they bond and can share the space it would be an awesome condo for them. There are still leftover boxes, I am getting old I'm very sore. So forgive me if I disappear after a few hours.
 

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I caught the flu. Running a fever. Most days I'm either asleep or trying to combat the coughing. So please give me extra time to work on replies. I know its slow but I will give it my best to reply to everyone.
 

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We didn't have internet for five days straight, was a little bummed had to transfer some of my mobile games and crammed them to three phones, I can still reply here. It was fine but it's so hard to type in such a small screen with fudgy big fingers on such a small touch screen, you cannot type fast and have to type slower otherwise you might mix up the letters plus with my grammarly auto correct sometimes it would change things I wouldn't have an idea it was already changed. Plus if you get to be my age, that camera thing even if you use as a magnifier to make small things bigger, it would even more blurry. Lol

I thought I was a genius when I tried using the camera to blow up prescription labels so I can read the instructions better. Right, it is pissing me off the 10th time, we would get interrupted with me watching my horror movies and trying to reply to my threads, had to reset the wifi for the nth time tonight after they just fixed the modem. If the rerouting of the wires doesn't work on Tuesday night we are switching providers, Cox is money grabbing liars, if you sign up for Cox Customer Care plan you wouldn't have to pay $75 for repair it doesn't matter if it is nature or man-made calamity like mine, a rodent chewed on our wire, they said if I didn't sign up for the plan I am liable to pay $75 so I said, okay go ahead rob me and charge me $10 extra just get a tech guy here. So yeah, come Tuesday if they don't reroute my cable wires I am switching I am totally done with this company. And I said it is not your fault that you have to do your job I know you are paid to say those things, and I cannot back out even if I wanted to, but whatever I'm sorry for taking it out on you but try having no internet for 5 days and you have no cable and just streaming so yeah try to entertain yourself using just your phone and doing everything on your phone see how fun is that.
 

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argh, might call it a night soon otherwise I would end up sleeping angry or pissed. I can see the lights on my modems dancing again, when it does that the next I would see is just one light on meaning just the power button and I click on the post a reply and its not going or it goes into a there is a problem with the site or cannot find the site, and lo and behold, I have no internet again. One more day, just more day until the guy from the cable company reroute our wires then I would definitely switch. This is nuts.
 

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Had a very busy week, series of appointments and this coming Wednesday have another eye doctor, this time they are going to inject his eye to get rid of big floaters.
 

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I had the worse migraine the other day so was sleeping the whole day, plus yes, muse seems to be playing hooky lately I cannot get caught up with my rps it's just so hard to write a quality post so forgive me if I am so slow, don't want to post just for the sake of posting want to create a quality post.

My partner might undergo eye surgery still, they didn't poke his eye. But observation first. But next would be busy again with a doctor's appointment so if I disappear please forgive me.
 

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One of my bunnies died. I was very devastated, I never cried before when my dog died but this time I did. I got those bunnies as a replacement for my dog of 11 years that died. I love them very much. Even if I have to crawl on my knees, and cramps would be excruciating pain and I couldn't get up lol I would still kneel and clean their pen. I am very meticulous and careful, don't want them to get sick. I don't know if the dogs gave her a heart attack, but there were no signs that something was wrong. It happens I guess, a loud noise would give them a heart attack. I thought she was just sleeping in her igloo. My partner almost had a heart attack when I howled from the living room, she is cold and lifeless. I kept asking what did I wrong. My partner consoled me and said, it wasn't my fault, she knows I love her so much and I would bend over backward to take care of my furry babies. We moved the divider so the dogs won't be able to peek in on the bunnies.

I held the white one for a while, she is probably wondering where her sister went. it was the black and white one that died. We are cremating her and my partner said he would get a chain for me, so not only I have an urn of her ashes but I would be carrying her with me always.

We are getting a new bunny, we were told it would be okay, but Uno would need a companion now that Tres is gone. This one is younger but also another Holland Lop, with big ears, he is a cute brown one, he kinda looks like a younger male version of Tres, so I am calling him JT. (Junior Tres) he is a purebred, parents are grand champion show bunnies. We are picking him up tomorrow.

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this was his picture online when we tried searching for bunnies to adopt. He is going to be a heartbreaker for sure. lol Started small, look how precious he is. Already I am feeling much better I know Tres is in a better place and JT is here to comfort us she left behind.
 

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They cremated my bunny yesterday and they are going to bring him back to me in an urn this Sunday. Sorry, I am completely out of it. My partner contracted a virus at work, so he is very sick on top of doing dialysis, the only happy thing that happened is we have finally got another bunny for our girl, she must be devastated too that her sister is gone. We got her a baby brother, and the other day both of them are doing binkies, jumping around, skipping, which means they are happy. I will try to post as best as I can, bear with me. I don't feel myself at the moment, with a lot of things going on. I don't seem to have the drive to write.

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Look at her already playing older sister to young boy bunny, he is just a couple of weeks old.​
 

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It is confirmed we are attending kidney transplant classes, since my partner is applying for a kidney transplant, because of his diabetes, he has stage five kidney failure so I volunteered to give one of my kidneys. Since we are going to be married soon anyway. Might as well be us as one in all aspect. I might be a little slow, tomorrow we are expecting our Tres to come home, after being cremated, we have an appointment in the morning but I will try to catch up as soon as I can. Thank you all for being patient.
 

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Long exhausting week. Couldn't wait till they bring home my bunny's urn home. I will try to get replies out today.
 
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I'm so sorry if I had been out of reach. My partner is going to have surgery this coming Tuesday. I am scared for him. But I am more scared of other things that might happen. His son and I are not the best of friends, we are barely civil to each other since, after a year living together in one roof, he had severed my chances to make a good impression with their family. He lies, he lies to make it better for himself and make us look really bad with his uncles especially me. All because we decided to live together without him. He is finally learning to budget his money and not ask his dad or us for money anymore and he is finally learning to finally pay his dad back.

His eyes need surgery, there are so many floaters, and bleeding, especially the left eye. They are going to change his lens too, and test for glaucoma, and remove cataracts, because of his diabetes. He is also stage 5 kidney failure, we are waiting to go to another hospital to see if I am qualified as a donor. I'm pretty confident he would be okay. That is not what I am really afraid of, I am afraid, they might not let me see him, or be allowed to ask how he is once he goes in the operating room. Because in his first surgery, that is what happened. I sat there for hours, we got there in the morning, he was in the recovery room for almost an hour, then two on the third hour we force our way from the stupid receptionist who kept gossiping instead of helping us. Gad, I don't want to experience that ever again. So we got help from the dialysis center and got all the necessary papers we need to have all the authorizations we need just in case for another incident like this again.

So please bear with me. I am trying my hardest to balance all the hospital visits and appointments for my partner. I want to spend the rest of my life with him, and I want to spend more time with him, I just found him, and I don't want to lose him ever again. I will try as best as I could to reply to all my rps. And thank you all for your kind understanding. But right now I am totally emotionally drained.
 

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My partner and I went to Scripps, just to see about signing up for a transplant. He has stage 5 kidney failure. So he is doing dialysis, the next step is to transplant. It opened a whole new world for us. I am volunteering to give my kidney to him if I am a viable candidate. Blood type is one we needed to check, and it looks like we are not compatible. I am AB and he is B+ or something. This is assuming what we saw from the charts in the waiting room where we waited for the doctors and nurses. Taking it all in, there is a swap, if I cannot donate mine to him, I can donate it to another person and they can swap it with another donor who is compatible to him, one of them is cadaver donor, one who died in an operating table or had an accident and they have harvested his organ since they are a donor, and another is a high-risk donor, which merely meaning, like the person was incarcerated, had done drugs, is sick, has HIV or had multiple partners, or very active and had multiple risk factors, but it didn't mean they cannot donate their kidney, but yes you have to take note of all the risk factor.

It blew our minds, just the thought that they don't take out the kidneys they transplanted so a person can have 10 kidneys inside of them and can add more, they have to go through everything all over again, like attend a class for transplant and try to get on the list again. The life span of a kidney depends on how you take care of it, can be 10 years, can be a year, can be a couple of months, your body can reject a kidney. But a transplant means you can restart your life and try to live how you live before the kidney failure but on top of all of that you still need to be very careful, since you are going to be like a brand new baby with a new kidney, you would be very susceptible to germs, virus, sickness, etc.

So we were talking, why? Why do we need to go through all of that when he would be more hindered to live a more normal life, and just thinking of having to go through all of that after a year or two, we decided to just be on dialysis for life? Yes, our life is controlled by the hours needed to finish a cycle, right now, 9 hours per day, he works. Had to be home at a certain time since we are doing the in-home one, had to hook up before 7pm at least so he can finish by 4 am. Sure it is constricting our time to go out, we cannot go to drive in or movie theater anymore, or if we go to parties, had to go out late, we have to be sure we have to be home by 7pm or had to be sure we primed the machine before leaving the house. But other than that, we can still do what we want if just time our outings on a weekend when he didn't need to go to work the next day so we can be lazy about setting up the machine.

Going on the trip is another thing. We tried bringing that big ass Home Choice machine to Georgia, we have to bring the extra supplies, like the cassettes, extensions, and caps since they would only ship the bags. We are first in line in everything, we sit in the front, but wow so tiring, that thing is heavy. So we might try to train for the smaller machine which is the amia.

Just thought I'd write this so people can understand why sometimes I disappear for such a long period of time. My time is constricted with appointments, visit the doctor, visit the dialysis center. But I will try to make time as best as I could. If I forget to please PM me. Thank you all for your kind understanding of my situation.
 
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Been tired. My partner's CPAP machine is broken or something, either the hose or nose piece, plus he had been tossing and turning because of his restless legs. And I cannot blame him for anything except for the hose of his machine. So today he finally ordered a replacement. Which is a comfort to me, I'll be able to sleep better then. I feel bad waking him up I would sometimes just move his hose around until it is not hissing directly at my ear but the heavy tossing and turning is another thing, so I massage his legs before bed, it is a whole lot of effort on my part, but it is also a blessing for me if he does fall asleep soundly then I get to sleep too hehe

So forgive me if I drowning trying to catch up, my heads feel cloudy from lack of sleep.
 

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Supposedly when you say patient, people or delivery people would assume that the supplies you are delivering are people who cannot do any lifting that is why you are assigned to lift it for them since you got this awesome electric dolly that can climb stairs. I don't know why some inconsiderate people would just dump the 30-pound boxes of solutions in front of your door, not just a couple of them, there would be 13 greens, 13 yellows, 6 boxes of purple, 1 big box full of cassettes, caps, and hoses. These are all for my partner he goes on dialysis every night for 9 hours a night.

We have boxes in our bedroom, and also in our small living space, which is our living room cum laundry room cum dining room and also our kitchen. The bunnies are in our bedroom. Already boxes toppled over the bunnies cage, almost hit one of the bunnies, never happened before so we move some in our already crowded living room.

They were sneaky they were planning to leave it our landlord's doorstep, we live above the garage, we rent the loft our entrance is at the side of the house, in front of the pool. The owner showed them where to leave them, nice of him to point the side of the wall that is away from our door but not in the way that someone would trip over it and end in the pool.

Now they delivered some back order again, this time blocking our door. I managed to push the door open I thought we are going to be trapped in here. We have no other way to get out we have only one door. So I have no choice but to carry 30 boxes up the stairs, all by myself. They are heavy 30-pound each on very narrow stairs. It's a short stair, two flights, but try balancing a heavy box in your arms climbing the stairs. I'm a fit guy, I handle old men, big men, heavy old women for a living. But 30 boxes. I am not superman. I pinch a nerve. It is better now. I can finally still type slowly. So please forgive my slowness. It is still pinching a bit now and then so I will not push it.
 
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