Waiting in some sort of holding area with fancy arm chairs.
There were several women, we’re down to the last three.
All but one I’d say is younger than me, that’s a surprise.
I’ve felt very anxious these past few days, feel like I have to worry so it isn’t too much of a shock.
I have more luggage than anyone, overpacked again!
Odd thing, all the nurses appear to be wearing pyjamas.
Hope it goes okay - love the sense of humor
Hope it goes okay @Jopeg . Love the sense of humor.
Wishing you all the best today ! Have you also noticed the Surgeon wears funny plastic clog like shoes ? And it's very very quiet in the area where they take you to prepare for the anaesthetic ? So quiet I felt I had to make conversation with the Surgeons/Anaesthetist ? I was told firmly to go to my "Happy Place" whilst thinking that the anaesthetic wasn't actually working.......
Wishing you all the best, just had my surgery last week and recovering quite well, hope the same for you.
Thanks hope your recovery continues well.
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