Yea, fun right?
I'd like to say it was pretty uneventful and in some ways it really was, but in one way it was hysterical.
I have to say, is there no one out there who can design a better paper gown?
Honestly, I think I could come up with something better than they have now, and I know nothing about designing.
This is the lovely gown we get now. It is about as thin as toilet paper.
No kidding, the top half is like a shirt with a slit down the front and it barely covers your belly.
Couldn't they at least make it a little longer? Then they give you a blanket to wrap around your bottom half made of the same toilet paper.
I tried to adjust it and I ended up with about 4 rips before the Dr. actually came in. I couldn't help but laugh at myself at how I was trying to "cover myself" with this flimsy little thing.
Thank heaven's he was running behind. It gave me a few minutes to compose myself.
While I was laying there I was thinking someone should come up with a better design for these things, they could probably make a million dollars.
While searching for the kind I was given I found one kind of like I was thinking.
But I did have one little change that needed to be made so that it was more appropriate for the Doctor.
Can you guess what it is?