I should be sleeping, but whatever, I'm probably too wired and nervous about tomorrow. I have to be up by 6 and out the door by 7, so what if I don't get any sleep? I'll be in and out of court by 9 so then I can sleep all day if I want. And, if I'm in jail, I'll be doing plenty of sleeping there too. ha ha They don't exactly entertain you in there, so lots of sleeping to be done by all.
What is with this Vegas craptastic weather? I'm so over it. It's been raining for like 4 days and it's still coming down. I can't believe it. The sun's not supposed to return until like Thursday. Yuck.
I was thinking about an interesting turn of events. Well, this happened a while ago, but anyway, when I was in my 20's I actually donated my eggs a few times. I received something to the tune of $4000 tax free every time. Very nice. IT was a lot of work though. During the whole process I had to be tested for like everything under the sun and genetic diseases were included. Since I'm partly jewish, they tested me and found out that I'm a carrier for tay sachs. Ever heard of it? It's a pretty nasty disorder and if I was to mate with a jewish guy and he was also a carrier we could have a baby that would definitely die most likely by the age of 4 if it had this disease because there's no cure. Pretty good stuff to know huh?? I for one am glad I found out.
Read this nasty description...
Tay-Sachs disease is a fatal genetic disorder that causes progressive destruction of the central nervous system in children.
A baby with Tay-Sachs disease appears normal at birth and seems to develop normally until about six months of age. The first signs can vary and are evident at different ages in affected children. Initially, development slows, there is a loss of peripheral vision, and the affected child exhibits an abnormal, startled response to noise. By about two years of age, most affected children experience recurrent seizures and diminishing mental function. The affected child regresses gradually, loses skills one by one, and is eventually unable to crawl, turn over, sit or reach out. Other symptoms include increasing loss of coordination, progressive inability to swallow and breathing difficulties. Eventually, the affected child becomes blind, mentally retarded, paralyzed, and unresponsive to his or her environment.
So, that's my uplifting story for tonight. ha ha
Thanks for the snopes update Al!