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June 15, 2008

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Tricia

I have those symptoms. If my mother lived close enough to see how much time I spent on the computer, she'd kick me outside too.

susan

*snort* Yep...I think I get those same symptoms...don't tell my mom!

MamaMo

Yes, but I hear if you have one of those cushy lap top laptop holders that keep your thighs from burning, it negates some of the medical complications of "blog-itis".

Manic Mommy

Call it cyberchondria.

Where can I get me one of those fancy cushy laptop lap pillows? My laptop is nearly a day old and I've yet to purchase an accessory!

david

So true, and funny strip today!
I felt bad after reading this. I did my post on medical "stuff" today.

WillThink4Wine

I was feeling fine til I read this. I may have the same thing! cyberchondria... lol.

Kellan

I keep telling my kids, "You are not going to sit around her all summer playing X-Box and Guitar Hero - YOU'RE NOT!"

Have a good day - Kellan

Mary-Momathon

Hahaha! That's a good one! I sat outside with my laptop yesterday, does that count?

Haven't seen you for a while, hope all is well. But I haven't been stalking you as closely either. I've been stalking diabetes websites hoping and praying I don't have it but I think I do.

Or do I just need to go outside and play? hmmm

Just Jamie

Awww.... I don't waaannnna go outside and play. I just got started.

stephanie (bad mom)

Ummm. That's totally not me.

(Why I love the laptop; it works on the porch)

Mrs. G.

Yes, it is like this sometimes. I wonder if chiropractors have had an increase in customers since the dawn of the laptop.

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!

I suppose I should take that advice too. ;-)

Memarie Lane

LOL so THAT'S what's wrong with me!

Mike Golch

yep it get's that way.when I was a child I had to be toll come inside.I'd always liked being outside unless I was tinkering with some gadget trying the see how it worked.

Minnesota Matron

That would be my oldest, who is certain that personal, medical catastrophe is right around the corner. Too funny.

Prof. J.

so true.

Jason

I hear you! What did we used to do before we blogged?

Jennifer H

She left out curvature of the spine.

phd in yogurtry;n

I'm forwarding this to my son !! With the heading, "It isn't just me who thinks so"

Tootsie Farklepants

This is exactly why I don't Google symptoms anymore.

JCK

OH...yes...

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