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Monday, June 04, 2007

Come on guys, it's not as gross as it sounds...

It's my knee! Yay!

16 Comments:

At 4/6/07 3:10 AM, Blogger Abez said...

For some reason, the video ends ten seconds before the Doc abruptly sez, ok, it's all fused, that's it, thank you!

 
At 4/6/07 10:16 PM, Blogger MT said...

wow!
and you're awake during all this? how did that feel ?

 
At 4/6/07 11:15 PM, Anonymous hemlock said...

if i played it, this would be the fourth time im watching the video :D
the third time was during dinner, now, before going to bed.
0_0
this doesnt SOUND right :D

i bet this will be bebe's next fav tv show :D

 
At 5/6/07 1:18 AM, Blogger Saira said...

Wow - it looks like a fluffy feather pillow in there!

 
At 5/6/07 11:56 AM, Blogger Abez said...

MT: I wasn't awake actually, and if I had been, I probably would have passed out from severe heebie-jeebies! Watching the video the first time gave me this weird shuddery feeling- knowing that was the inside of my knee was unnerving. I'm sure if I watched it as someone else's knee, then it would just look like fluffy feater pillow, like it did for Saira. :)

Hemmie: Don't ask me how many times I've seen it by now, haha, I'm starting to think this surgery is boring, I need a new DVD, but I don't want another surgery :p

 
At 5/6/07 1:15 PM, Blogger Crazed Teacher said...

eh!!! that in no way is a fluffy white cloud, you tricked me into watching it thinking it would be a fluffy white cloud or a bunny rabbit .....aaaa what was the doctor trying to do take the furry substance out or what, seemed like liposuction.

 
At 6/6/07 12:56 AM, Anonymous Miraya said...

Wow!! the inner workings of abez. it was totally like watching the discovery channel. it makes me feel a little bit better about having my MRI films framed.

 
At 6/6/07 1:51 AM, Blogger Abez said...

Ushi: Lol, that liposuction thingy was actually the laser, and I have to admit, I was expecting it to me a bit more.. dramatic, you know, all bright red and zap and slice! hehe

Miraya: LOL! You know, I have tons of MRI's, and I was wondering what I should do with them... :p

 
At 6/6/07 5:23 PM, Blogger Khayra said...

I was expecting better sound effects, but the acting was spectacular. Have your knee call my people, the possibilities are endless!

Finding KneeMo, JumanKnee, A Friend in Knee. We won't stop there! It's our duty to get body parts aware of Islam. How about a documentary about a knee at the time of the Islamic Empire's peak?

Just picture it, a 20ft lit up sign ,"ABEZ'S KNEE"!

 
At 7/6/07 2:49 PM, Blogger Abez said...

Khayra: LOL!!! Khalid is asleep, and I had a really hard time not laughing out loud at your movies titles- I love them! haha!

How are you doing btw?

 
At 7/6/07 10:45 PM, Anonymous Zahra said...

Asslamalu Alaikum,

I'm a hopeful mom to be and I keep checking the blogworld for a blog purely devoted to Muslim Moms (&dads)...blogs are those that are expecting or have little kiddos so that we can connect, share experiences etc. I find some mom blogs through other blog links but it takes alot of time...it would be much easier to create one blog called Muslim Mothers Blog (so uncreative but you get the point) and have links to ALL muslim mommies blogs and in the posts have moms of said blogs post their opinions, share parenting etc.

What do you think? Could you (& ur mommy friends) start this up? Just another blog?

Thanks!

Muslim mom to be

 
At 7/6/07 10:47 PM, Anonymous Zahra said...

P.S. A good example is one that just started recently called the Indian Mommies.

Check out the blog (look where they link all the indian mom blogs so its easier to find them)

http://indianmommies.blogspot.com/index.html

 
At 8/6/07 1:59 AM, Blogger Abez said...

That's an interesting idea Zahra, but I don't know if my blog would fit the category- I blog about so many things other than my son Khalid (aka bebeface) that I don't know if I would consider mine to be a mommy blog, and the same applies to those that I know.

However, we can start collecting links, and if you want I can create a static page w/the links and let it be accessed from here. I don't have time to maintain more than one blog, but if you think that posting a page of links within here is a good idea then let me know and people, turn in your links if you're a Muslim parent?

 
At 8/6/07 9:41 AM, Anonymous Zahra said...

Oh that would be excellent and I would think alot of people would benefit from that inshallah. A link page is good enough too...that way there is no pressure to maintain a blog.

Wassalam

 
At 11/6/07 12:49 AM, Blogger paki said...

salaamz, u r one brave women. anywez this is one of ur very old friend bla bla bla, in short nice to know that u have a baby boy now mashallah may allah bless him with the imaan of sahaba.
the video was kinda scary...

 
At 16/6/07 10:08 AM, Blogger Carol said...

Oooooooh, I'm feeling kinda fainty. I thought I was made of sterner stuff, but it weirded me out. Now it's bed time and I'll probably have a knight of kneeghtmares!!!!
Anyway, so glad to hear you are on the mend and enjoying some much needed R&R.

 

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