Lessons learned from the hospital

23 Apr

I may or may not have spent the weekend holed up in the nearest hospital bed, watching endless HGTV, and enjoying zero hours of sleep.  So, after my extensive, 30-hour hospital experience (who knew strep could be so brutal?!), I’d like to share with you a few lessons:

  • If the super cute nurse doesn’t ever start laughing at your 7am, steroid induced jokes, stop making said jokes
  • When the radiologist asks if you’re pregnant, and you decline, she will ask you 73.5 more times and threaten to make you sign a waiver
  • Low-sodium beef broth is from the depths of Hades
  • Unfortunately, the aforementioned steroids will NOT make you beef up like Ahnold
  • Mas never, ever, stop being mas.  Thanks, ma!

No worries folks, all is well in the Chic Teach household, and I’m pretty sure my roommate will come with 75 feet of me now.  Win-win!

What were YOU up to this weekend?!  Please tell me it involved more than egg souffles and HGTV :-)

{coral t-shirt: Gap} {golden wedges: Target} {purple pants: TJ Maxx} {rosegold watch: Micheal Kors} {parrot scarf: gift from gran} {28 bracelets: F21}

See these pieces restyled here:

    

5 Responses to “Lessons learned from the hospital”

  1. H. E. Lexus April 23, 2012 at 8:24 am #

    Despite your experience, you look fantastic as always!!! ;)

  2. jeanette l. johnston April 23, 2012 at 2:54 pm #

    So Happy to see you Feeling Sooooooo much better!Also looking so colorful and Pretty too! Bet you were Saint Lukes first patient to ever wear a belt with their hospital gown?HA, HA Not really Folks!!!

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