April 10, 2011

Humor Me Sundays!

There is so much more to living than just dealing with lupus.The best way to prepare for those dreaded Mondays is by stocking up on extra grins and giggles!

What is it about Mondays that cause us to moan and groan? It could be the fact that we have a brand new hill to climb or maybe it's just not your favorite day of the week. Either way we're going to start making Sundays extra special so we can start the week to come with grins instead of frowns!

Welcome to Humor Me Sundays!

Ursula, strutting her moonface!
Disney has always been a child obsession of mines that I'm reluctant to let go even in my adult years. While watching The Little Mermaid for the umpteenth time; I started to notice something about Ursula the sea witch. Maybe it was her soul-less rendition of "You Poooooooooooooooooooooooor Unfortunate Souuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuls!" Or her persistence in trying to get Ariel to "sample some wares".....so was Ursula just a sea witch or more of a witch DOCTOR! Ha, got the chills did you? MMmmmmmhmmmm upon closer examination it seems Ms. Seawitch Doctor has a severely puffy round face and her spunky attitude could very likely be a symptom. 

Oh just what could Ursula be trying to force Ariel to take!? Some weird concoction whose side-effects involve manipulation of the body? By golly her hair has even gone white from stress in her ridiculous efforts to keep her new medication secret! My dears I'm frightened to say that the mystery concoction just might be PREDNISONE! *insert giggles & snorts here* 

Dare say I had a jolly good time stalking 'The Little Mermaid' videos on youtube! So if you've got it on DVD pop it in and see if you can point out all of the symptoms that Ursula the Seawitch "doctor" seems to be showing! Just goes to show even Disney characters get lupus!

Giggles & Grins, 
Tiffany Xoxo


  1. Ahhh haa!!! Yes it sure did make me chuckle!!! Ugh....I so dislike that damn PREDNISONE! :(

  2. Glad you enjoyed this DD! It's one of my favorite posts!


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