Noodle wants to be a network guy when he grows up.
Yesterday I was in the hospital for 22 hours. Eight of which I was waiting to see a physician. What a nightmare, but now I'm home and resting -- no chest pains, no blood clots, nothing but a nice huge purple bruise on the inside of my right arm.
I was priviledged enough to get given this VQ exam where I was strapped into this huge rotating xray machine and donned a top gun'esque ventilation mask to breathe the radioactive gas, Xenon 11 or 13 or something -- man how thrilling that was, for me, a clausterphobe. Ugh. Couldn't take any snaps of the machinery -- wasn't supposed to have my phone on. Heh.
Thank oompa loompas for Blue Cross Blue Shield.
"Xenon 133" (brand name XeneisolÂ®) is a radionuclide that is inhaled to assess pulmonary function, and to image the lungs. It is also often used to image blood flow, particularly in the brain"
Okay, so it was Xenon 133. Ugh.
I turned my cousin into a freak.
Never under estimate the efforts of a fat girl where chocolate is concerned.
Not cookies, Love. Love is the reason for the Season.