We were then shown into Bev’s recovery room which was beautiful, warm and inviting. In the corner of the room was a softly lit crystal and next to it, a sign that read, “Good Morning, Beverly. You’re going to have a blessed day. Dr. Haddle”. Bev’s smile said it all. Any anxiousness that she might have felt disappeared in a blink of an eye. She was happy and calm and quoted that she felt like she was in a 5 star hotel.
After she got her compression socks on, cozy pajamas, and fluffy, soft robe (that she wants to confiscate), she was ready for her final exam and land markings with Dr. Haddle. We went to a different room which had soothing, calming music, a beautiful lamp, which caught my eye, and art work that I thought would work well at Tranquility. Haha, Can you tell we feel at home?!
During her markings, Dr. Haddle had to shave off a bit of her hair behind and near her ear. You would hardly even notice it and you all know how Bev feels about her hair.
She’s smiling – All good.
A very pleasant anesthesiologist and nurse came in, did an exam, started an IV and Ahhh…here she goes! Slowly getting relaxed and loopy as she is wheeled to the surgery room. I didn’t feel like I had to wish her luck because I knew she was in Dr. Haddles’s hands. All is good and peace is all around.
Thank you for following and for all the good wishes that have been sent her way.