MRI tube, that is. And I survived.
Okay, for all you who worried yesterday that I’d get stuck in the MRI machine (my hand’s in the air) it didn’t happen! Yay!
It was a smallish tube (breathe) and right in front of my face was the curve of the tube. I have to take a deep breath just remembering it.
But there were several perks. I got to wear a beautiful, side tying, designer formal hospital gown. (I should have taken my phone with me so I could take a selfie in it. Too cute!)
This is what it looked like.
This is what it felt like. 🙂
And I received a gorgeous, multi-colored pair of ear plugs.
I met some really nice people at the Imaging Center. Of course, one woman knew someone who lives in C-Town. (All roads lead to my home town.)
A man named Phil helped me out. Got me the gown, locked up my clothes (so I couldn’t run away?) and talked me through most of it. But when he had an emergency bathroom break, I chatted with Lori, too.
Big thanks to Sister Debbie who drove me over and kept me entertained so I didn’t dwell on the worries, such as, Will I get stuck? Will the machine break and keep me pinned inside? Will I run out of oxygen and not be able to take . . . another . . . breath . . . . eve . . . . . Will I give myself the screaming memes and run out of the room with my hospital gown flapping?
Even though I had a few niggling 🙂 worries, none of that happened. 🙂
When it was over and I was released, I offered to look at the results (LOL) but they didn’t have the films ready.
I had a swell lunch (sorry, I’m listening to an old movie with old terms being used) at Pei Wei. (First time for me.) THEN Sister Debbie took me to Peach Wave and forced me to eat frozen yogurt.
OH! MY! STARS!!!
That frozen yogurt made it worth every second of the twenty minutes I was trapped in the tube. 🙂