I went to donate blood today but couldn't because my blood droplet floated.
My blood droplet always floats too
They always tell me that my iron is healthy, just not high enough to give blood. One time, it was exactly the minimum needed and I actually got to donate.
I haven't tried in a while - I used to try pretty often in grad school and college, since they seemed to have them on campus constantly.
It starting sinking and then it floated. Silly droplet. FIGHT THE PRESSURE!
I've donated twice before and the last time the droplet sank rapidly. I was thinking of getting some iron (vitamins) and going back in two weeks. My period is starting so I'm putting all the blame on that
I ain't thirsty. There's plenty of fish in the sea, but I don't want all of them, can I have some standards? Or do we just have to settle, for someone's who meh and will do. "
My mother s supposed t be here right now. When I spoke to her yesterday morning, she said she was running to the auto parts store and then getting on the highway. That was at 8:30 AM. Well, her little issue turned into a mess that wasn't fixed until the afternoon, so she didn't get on the road until 5 PM. She never called to tell me this. I found out from my niece at 8:30 last night. So she left at 5 and should have been here around 3 AM. It's 4 now and there's no sign of her.
She has no cell phone so I can't contact her.
My husband and I have to leave for the airport in an hour.
WTH is she? I'm terrified something horrible happened.
"...just because you're paranoid doesn't mean that there isn't an invisible demon about to eat your face." ~Harry Dresden