Skip to content

Of course, I’m having surgery. Why wouldn’t I?

Posted in Uncategorized

After ignoring severe abdomen and chest pain for about forty-eight hours, I was finally moved to visit the ER late last night. As it turns out, I have an enormous gallstone. If I were an oyster and you cut me open and found this thing, you’d be psyched. What this means is that my gallbladder needs to be removed very, very soon. This was totally unexpected and will throw a major wrench into my schedule. I will try to continue to post everything I need to post on time, but please be patient until this whole thing is over. I’m on pain meds and frankly, I don’t feel like doing a damn thing but lay around complaining until this thing is out. But I promise I will try hard!

If you enjoy an orgy of breakfast meats, I would recommend Roxie’s in Kalamazoo, MI. They have a meal called The Viking, which includes three eggs, sausage biscuits and gravy, pancakes, ham, sausage patties, sausage links, and hashbrowns. I’m not saying these things are related, I’m just saying that I ate it and now I’m getting an organ removed and it was delicious (the breakfast and not the organ). Zero regrets, highly recommend.

Did you enjoy this post?

Trout Nation content is always free, but you can help keep things going by making a small donation via Ko-fi!

Or, consider becoming a Patreon patron!

Here for the first time because you’re in quarantine and someone on Reddit recommended my Fifty Shades of Grey recaps? Welcome! Consider checking out my own take on the Billionaire BDSM genre, The Boss. Find it on AmazonB&NSmashwords, iBooks, and Radish!


  1. bewalsh7

    I had severe pain that turned out to be a gallstone stuck in my bile duct. They removed my gallbladder at the same time too. This happened after I ate a bagel with low fat cream cheese. So…your breakfast sounds like it was much more worth it then mine. 🙂
    Oh, and I’m totally counting down the days until The Ogre’s Fairytale Bride hits bookstore shelves!!

    February 21, 2024
  2. Gen

    It’s okay to make adjustments to the schedule. Please rest!

    February 22, 2024

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *