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Monday Oct.12 2009 The Appointment

May 1, 2006

I’m sitting here in this big huge wonderful suite at the Radisson in Wisconsin. I can’t sleep as usual when we have to take Manie to the Dr. I have this horrible Knot in my stomach and I have been up for hours. I’m not worried about the visit with the Dr. so much as I am about making sure I remember to tell him all of Manie’s complaints and hoping we have enough time to get through everything. I am watching Manie sleep right now at this very moment. I think to myself he is so innocent. He is so small but yet he loves so much. How could anyone put him through this? How could anyone be so careless?

I will post more about Manie and our trip to Wisconsin when we are back at home and settled in. Please everyone do not forget that right now there is a trial going on. Lets hope the jury sees through GSK’s deception.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. BOB FIDDAMAN permalink
    October 12, 2009 11:55 am

    How far have you travelled for this appointment?


  2. Julie permalink
    October 13, 2009 9:00 pm

    Sorry it took so long to reply We traveled a total of 600 something miles hmmm isnt that how many cases GSK has against them for paxil and birth defects

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