getting by said...
I don't think you are going to die. If it were the case, they wouldn't of pushed back your procedure. Stupid covid anyway. It sure is messing things up.
I have some procedures to do at the hospital and that is where all the covid patients have been going. They are using ours for that. I am worried about that too. But I am going none the less. I guess if it weren't safe they wouldn't have me go there.
To be honest, I don't know where the time goes. Seems like yesterday I was in my 20s and young, now I am 62 and feeling pretty old. I don't have children so I ask the same as you, how do they have time for themselves?
I hope you have a good day today Smooth. I hope you get your procedure done soon.
Hugs. The doc is going through with it next time regardless if I still test positive. He's inquired with others as to what he has to do to make it go. He's not concerned about
himself or his staff as they've been vaccinated. I appreciated that comment. Anyway, it's scheduled for March 18th. On the bright side, it'll be 3 days sooner since February is the shortest month. It was on the 24th, but he worked me in. He has no interest in dragging this out at all. Did you tell me you had dysplasia?
I read somewhere where hospitals are about
the safest places you can be and I agree with you. I didn't feel so safe at the ER in November, but it worked out, I guess. I don't think I got COVID then. Not sure, honestly.
I guess they don't get any time or it's very limited. Then their kids have kids and then there's babysitting there. To each their own. I've been battling with my girlfriend about
having a child. She wants another one more than I do (she has one from a previous marriage).
Thanks for always replying.