Free SocksPosted: January 19, 2009 Filed under: War and Peace 9 Comments
This weekend I got a new pair of ultra-comfortable socks. They’re warm, they fit well, they have those little rubber grippers on the bottom, and I didn’t have to pay for them.
Well, mostly. All I had to do was have the Romgi drive me down to the Payson hospital in the middle of the night, through the thickest fog I’ve ever seen in my life.
And that’s like free, right?
That counts as free to me. Of course, I don’t know how well your husband deals with driving in thick fog, so they may not be so free to him.
i don’t know if that counts as free….
So….. any particular reason for going in the middle of the night?
Is there a new baby here?!?!
I hope everything is alright!
Mom – well, I still consider them free.
The Romgi – yeah…sorry about that. I’ll drive myself next time. (Not really.)
Stephanie – Payson is the only place that my insurance and my doctor both cover. Fun!
Sposita – death pains all day Friday and Saturday. I finally had enough by midnight on Saturday. The Romgi thinks it would have made more sense to go during the day, which is probably true. They said it’s possibly a UTI (test inconclusive – how?), but more likely just good times from the Bwun. (Not sure I agree, since I think I know my own body pretty well, but…they are trained professionals.) Now I just get to have up to 6 weeks of contractions. At least they’re less frequent during the day!
Bethany – not yet. Oh how I wish. The nurses said they wanted to monitor me to make sure I wasn’t in labor, but I would have been fine with just having the Bwun then and there! Sigh.
Wendycat – fine enough to be discharged and told to take more Tylenol. Yup yup. I think I have a different definition of fine than the hospital does. But at least I got nice socks out of it…
I always end up going to Timpanogos for my stuff except when we go to the ER then it is payson.
Sheesh! I don’t check my bookmarks for a couple of days and all sorts of things happen! Glad to hear you’re okay, though. Can’t wait to see all of you in March!