Life, Living and Loving: Another Mrs. Feve Thang

12 May
  1. What book{s} are you reading these days?
  2. What is your favorite flower?
  3. If your recreation or other forms of enjoyment have been interrupted by the current stay-home orders affecting many people/places: What do you miss most about ‘before’?
  4. What blog/ger do you recommend reading and why?
  5. Tell me one thing about yourself that you are proud of.

Mrs. Fever, in her recent post entitled, “Let’s Chat :)” was talking about questions someone had asked her as part of getting a blogging award, something there used to be a lot of but ya don’t see awards being handed out so much these days. In turn, she asked the above questions and I thought, why not – let’s answer them! So here we go!

I am a voracious reader. According to my Kindle app’s Reading Insights, I’ve read for 94 weeks in a row, 62 days in a row… this year to date. I read a lot of science fiction, sometimes a thriller or two (or more) and, really, pretty much anything that strikes my fancy. I had decided to hook up with Kindle Unlimited; paying that $9.99 every month was (and is) a lot less expense than buying books although there are books I will buy – and sometimes at a nice discount – and it allows me to get some Audible audiobooks at really low prices.

Given that I’ve been both retired and disabled for a while now, I have nothing but time on my hands to read.

My favorite flower is an orchid. They’re spooky looking and beautiful at the same time; I’ve seen some that’ll make you think that if you get too close, it’ll wake up and take a bite out of you.

Hmm, what do I miss now that the pandemic has pretty much taken away? Actually, not a whole lot but I miss doing the simple stuff and not having to remember to gear up with mask and gloves just to go get the mail or to take the trash out or, as the weather here is trying to get warmer, to open the back door and get some fresh air in here after being closed up during the winter months.

What blogger do I recommend reading and why? That would be DDJennifer and her blog about domestic discipline (sorry Mrs. Feve but your blog is cool, too). For one, reading her blog teaches me some stuff about domestic discipline that I’m not into but it’s utterly fascinating and, for the other, Jennifer and her clan are a well put together poly family and, at least to me, represents how to do this and do it well, something I do have experience in. Her kinkiness aside for a moment, a lot of couples – in particular – are moving more toward polyamory (in some way) to enhance their relationship and allowing behaviors that monogamy does not and cannot allow for while still being a happy couple.

I know that it doesn’t get any better than this and Jennifer isn’t bashful about discussing, in detail, both her thoughts about all of this and, yeah, the incredible sex she and her clan has while taking care of the normal family business.

What’s the one thing I’m proud of about myself? That I survived both having a stroke and didn’t get taken out by the abdominal aortic aneurysm that was discovered and repaired… twice. When I say that having a stroke is some really scary shit, I’m not understating it or overly exaggerating things and I know I got damned lucky to “get away” with the deficits and stuff I do have… because I’ve seen what it’s like to have a stroke and not be killed by it… and to say it’s not pretty again doesn’t begin to cover it.

Finding out that you have a ticking time bomb in your belly is even scarier since, um, should you have one and it pops – and you rarely get a warning that’s it’s gonna pop – you’re dead in seconds; you could be on the operating table with a team of vascular surgeons working on fixing this and if it pops, you might not survive it.

So mine got repaired “in time” and my vascular surgeon is one of my heroes and is even more so when my endograft was found to be leaking and required another repair that, for me, seemed to be a magic trick since, instead of removing the implant I already had, he added a second one. I know how he did it – I had read up on how leaks are repaired when you have an endograft – but, wow; it’s one thing to know how it’s done and something else to know that he actually did it. I mentioned that to him and he just laughed and winked at me.

So, yeah, I’m both proud, fortunate, and very thankful to have survived two things that some people don’t survive or, if they do, the effects can be debilitating beyond belief. For my stroke, I’ll never be 100% again and it bugs me to be limping around, getting tripped up by a foot that ain’t on the same page with the other one and, yeah, there’s living with the constant neuropathic pain that just does not ever stop.

Very proud to still be here to bitch about it.

Mrs. Feve – how did I do?

PS: Mrs. Feve reminded me that I forgot to provide Jennifer’s blog URL so here it is:


Posted by on 12 May 2020 in Life, Living and Loving



7 responses to “Life, Living and Loving: Another Mrs. Feve Thang

  1. Mrs Fever

    12 May 2020 at 15:50

    This is great! 🙂

    Vascular surgeons are miracle workers. It was a vascular surgeon who put my husband’s dialysis port in when he was preparing for peritoneal dialysis at home; not only was he incredibly knowledgeable, but he was also REAL. So many docs don’t give straight answers these days, but the vascular surgeon was like, “Let’s break this down for real.” I totally appreciated that!

    I don’t see a link to DD Jennifer, but I’ll check her out if you wanna add one so I can find her. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • kdaddy23

      12 May 2020 at 17:12

      Yeah, I forgot to add her link so I’ll edit and provide it and if you haven’t read her blog, I think you’ll like it.

      My vascular surgeon is a very blunt… asshole and I both hate and admire him for it. He doesn’t mix words, doesn’t sugar-coat things, and he is very good and competent. When we first talked about my AAA, he was right to the point: “It’s in the danger zone for rupturing and it will kill you if we don’t get it fixed. We don’t have to do it right this minute – well, we could – but there’s some stuff I need to explain to you.”

      And he explained it… and, yep, I was ready to go to the OR right away and told him that he can’t fix this fast enough to make me happy. He did his research and I went into have it fixed… on February 29. Even as I was being prepped for what he told me was going to be a long and very dangerous surgery, he still didn’t mince words when he said, “You’re gonna be okay… but you might not be. Last chance to change your mind.”

      Pain in my ass… and a hero of mine.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. collaredmichael

    12 May 2020 at 19:37

    I have been reading DDJennifer for a long time. I actually have read every single post she’s written. And she is one cool lady.
    I was unaware of your medical issues. I’m glad you survived. The aneurysm surgery was this February?? You just got in under the wire. Stay safe


    • kdaddy23

      12 May 2020 at 20:12

      February 29, 2012 and the repair was done on December 7, 2017 – my girlfriend’s birthday. She wasn’t thrilled to spend that day waiting for the outcome of that surgery…

      Liked by 1 person

    • kdaddy23

      12 May 2020 at 20:12

      And, yeah, I was sure you knew who she was…

      Liked by 1 person


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