Saturday, June 16, 2007

Apparently, I work out.

Whenever you are in the hospital they take your vitals about a million times.
The blood pressure arm band that is now automatically taken -
so it never works.
The ear temp thermometer that is basically taking the temperature of my hair,
The heart rate finger holder,
it's done about a million times to make sure they haven't killed you.

After each time my heart rate was taken I was asked the same thing,
"So, are you a runner?"


"You work out though, right?"

I dance around by myself in the morning singing Aretha Franklin songs.

"Well, you've got the heart of an athletic runner."

I have no idea how it got there, I swear.

1 comment:

Mary Shomon said...

Sue -- have them check your thyroid... a really low pulse in someone who isn't a runner is a really common sign of an underactive thyroid.

"Thyroid" Mary!