Great news, plus new egg friends 

IMG_5084Today I got the green light to continue my daily B12 self injections for the next month!

This is a HUGE breakthrough for me because daily jabs is the first dosage to produce tangible improvements in my recovery. My doctor had agreed to daily jabs for a week, but when I tried to reduce to alternate daily (as prescribed), I had a terrible flare-up of symptoms.

Also good today: New egg friends. What? Isn’t this how everyone delineates between hard-boiled and raw eggs? 😜

Today’s #OneGoodThing was successfully advocating to continue treatment that’s finally working! Plus the new egg friends Mama and I drew together. Yep, we’re weird.

Day 126 of 366.

I’d love to hear from you… What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments!

9 thoughts on “Great news, plus new egg friends 

  1. There are two more ways of telling a hard-boiled egg from a raw egg – three, if you pierce the shell at the blunt end before boiling so the air-sac doesn’t expand and crack the shell. The first is to lay the egg on its side and spin it quite fast. Let it spin for a few seconds, Then stop it by putting a finger on it, and immediately take your finger off. A hard-boiled egg will remain stationary, whereas a raw egg will start to spin slowly in the same direction as before. The other way is much harder. Spin the egg as fast as you can on a smooth (and large) surface. If you spin it fast enough, a hard-boiled egg will quickly turn an spin on the “sharp” end. A raw egg will never do that. It is quite amazing to see it happen, and I wish I could explain it, but the explanation is probably on the interweb somewhere.

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    • Hey Bert, we have more fun just drawing funny pictures on the hard-boiled ones and we can tell at a glance which is which!

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