Friday, November 14, 2014

Your How-To Guide For a Comfortable Hospital Stay

Elisabeth still hasn't woken up. And I mean really woken up. There have been a few times when she has opened her eyes, but within minutes she is back to dream land. She's only on Tylenol, so it's not that they are drugging her heavily. Most likely it's just a coping mechanism to escape the discomfort, tubes, and wires. I'd sleep too if I was her.

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Anyways, I've settled into room 340 comfortably. I know we're only expected to be here five days or so, but I still figure you can bring a few essentials to ensure a comfortable stay:

A) Snacks

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B) Books, catalogs, and my Kindle

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C) Drinking water

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And perhaps most importantly...

D) Toilet paper

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Got it?

We are here:

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Ciao for now!
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