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A Funny thing happened in the Emergency room....

Wednesday, April 07, 2021

The other day I managed to slam my little finger in the car door. Not fun, after work, I went to the emergency room to get checked out. I wasn't very happy about any of it. Going to the emerg is never fun.

Then this happened...

The Dr. comes in and says, "Mrs. Ferdinand what is your birthdate", I thought that was kind of odd, but I told him. Then he said well, how old does that make you?" I'm thinking that is even stranger, but I answered. "I'm 56 Why?" He replied, are you really? You look so young I thought the chart was wrong. I was utterly delighted and replied... "Well, now I'm really glad I came here. I may come more often.

He laughed, I laughed, fun times in the Windsor Emergency Dept. haha

My finger wasn't broken and all is well.

Today I had my dog out for the first walk in the woods we have had since I fell in January and broke my elbow. Dog was so happy and I was too. I walked for 46 minutes really happy about that. On my way to being strong again. This is one of our favorite spots on our walk.

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    awesome .. glad your finger wasn't broken .. what an amazing Dr .. we should all be like him .. spreading truth and inspiration where we see it .. obviously you look amazing xoxo .. you glow from within . .. so often compliments are withheld .. not sure why .. criticism flies around like dust .. but soul food complements and kindness are rationed .. Lets become just like this ER doctor .. spread kindness and inspiration .. a new virus emoticon emoticon emoticon
    93 days ago
    Glad your experience was so good at the er.
    93 days ago
  • ELSCO55
    Glad your finger is ok.
    109 days ago
    Glad your finger is OK! Love that the doctor thought you were much younger! Sounds like a lovely walk.
    109 days ago
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