And, if I remember correctly, once you asked for someone to bring Captain Crunch to you from the states, is that right? Well, ever since then, I felt like we were kindred spirits. I grew up on Captain Crunch, and it is my comfort food along with chocolate and cherry coke. IT brings me back to a time when life was great, and I had no responsibilities. I was an early riser as a kid, so my dad (also an early riser) would fix me a small bowl of captain crunch. Then I would sit on his lap and he would read me the funnies (sunday paper comics) while everyone else slept. I loved that time, when I didn't have to share my daddy with my brother or sister. When they FINALLY woke up, we would all have pancakes, or something together. But, I just loved my captain crunch time with my daddy. No wonder I was always a daddy's girl!!!
ANd yes, at least I admit I am dangerous and always run to a professional, armed with my newly obtained knowledge from Dr. Google. I always say, Dr. Google is a wonderful tool to gather info, empower yourself and give yourself enough information to ask the right questions from your doctor. But, it is quite dangerous to be an "armchair" doctor, much like an armchair quarterback, huh? At least i admit it. The only thing more dangerous is to not admit it.