|Big, private bathroom with shower, sink and toilet just off to the side. Lovely window as well.|
Upon coming out of the doze zone, I was freezing cold and a bit afraid to move, but I wasn't in pain and was thankful for that. After not too long they wheeled me up to my beautiful room, offered me something to eat and drink, and let me rest. I was so thirsty. Doug came not too long after that with a beautiful blue hydrangea for the room. I slept rather peacefully through that first night and awoke to a lovely Swedish breakfast, beautifully served, including a great pot of coffee! The surgeon came in early on Tuesday and told me a bit about the surgery. She was happy I was doing so well.
Later in the day, I finally got out of bed and eventually wandered out to the ward balcony where a warm, sunny afternoon greeted me. I sat out there for a couple of hours, enjoying a cup of tea and the warmth of the sun. The day went by with the wonderful nursing crew attending to my every need. I was released Wednesday morning at 11.00 a.m.
I am so grateful for the care of the staff, my attentive Dr. who said to call her any time with any question or concern, and the beautiful hospital where I was privileged to have my medical needs attended to.
Oh, and the bill so far? $0.00.