Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Picture of me after my surgery!!!

Yeah, someone took this snapshot of me when I was walking from my bed to the bathroom......I knew I was feeling this breeze coming in, but I wasn't quite sure what was happening due to me feeling so good. I am not sure why my arm is not in the sling....oh wait....that is a picture the nurse took of my hubby when he was crossdressing with my gown. Yeah the breeze I was feeling was because my gown was gone. Good thing the nurse walked in and covered me up. I wondered why everyone kept looking at us both so funny when we were leaving. I guess next time I am gonna make him bring two robes, one for him and one for me.

8 comments:

  1. Oh, how funny! At least we got the view of the crack and not the "Man-gina."

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  2. Hi Ronda,

    I have had to wear those gowns when I have been in the hospital, but the last time I was there before this surgery thing happened, they let me wear two gowns at the same time. One to cover the front and one to cover the rear, I was so appreciative. When I used to work at a hospital and had to see the patients walking around on the floors, we just kinda got used to seeing the view that's in the picture. But you are right we never saw the "Man-gina" part because that would have upset too many of us. Butt cracks were bad enough to see, but most of the patients would bring their robes from home. I truly was thankful for them doing that.

    On Sunday our weather down here finally cooled down and it is almost cold down here. My PT guy told me last week that when there are abrupt changes in the weather that my shoulder will probably hurt. Well all I can say is that he was right. My shoulder has been throbbing with pain since Sunday and I can truly say it frickin hurts. Okay, the pain has never gone away, but I was tolerating it if I did nothing much, but since Sunday it has been constant throbbing.

    It is pretty sad in that I have been reading most everyone's blogs, but I still truly hurt too much to leave comments. I try to leave one here or there and then I stop. Sometimes I think I should have just kept waiting to see if my shoulder would have healed on it's own.

    Hopefully this will improve sometime in the future, geez I did not know it would take this long but I guess when everyone told me it would, I should have believed them. Sigh.

    Okay, I am done for tonight, too much throbbing going on.

    God bless.

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  3. Hospital gowns are the worst thing ever! Whenever I could I would bring my own PJ's if I knew I would be in the hospital for more than just a one day surgery type of visit.

    I used to work in a hospital too and yep, sometimes the scenery would be out in force and it always seemed to be the guys that didn't seem to care if they were mooning everyone.

    Hope you are doing better with your healing and pain levels.

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  4. lol. dropped by to see how you are doing and greated with that view. hope you are continuing to feel better. my wishes and prayers go with you.

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  5. Hi Delaney,

    Yes, it mostly were the men who were mooning everyone, maybe they are not as self conscious as women seem to be. Bringing your own PJ's is a good idea. I was lucky that I was able to wear the two gowns. Next time I will bring my own robe to change into.

    I am thinking the healing is happening, but the pain levels still seem to be fairly high. I am so tired of the pain, but every so often I have a few pain free moments.

    God bless.

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  6. Hi Brian,

    I sent an e-mail to you. Thank you so much for visiting and caring about me. Please let me know if you did not get it.

    God bless.

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  7. When I used to work at a hospital and had to see the patients walking around on the floors, we just kinda got used to seeing the view that's in the picture.

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