Waking up for surgery is not like waking up for your first day of school. There is no big delicious breakfast waiting for you in the morning because your not alloud to eat. Sure the feeling is the same; the anxious anticipating fear if you are going to come out okay.
Now if you are anything like me, you get up early and straiten your hair then put on somthing fabulous because no matter how awful you feel you will look INCREDIBLE *flip hair* …. although you probably won’t feel good enough to flip your hair. heh.
I wish i could say that waking up is the best part but in truth it’s very confusing and then painful. But you smile. you always smile. because when you open your eyes you have family members, your special someone, or your best friend or all of them will be there. Just for you!
My mother told me this once we got home:
When I had my wisdom teeth removed this summer i woke up from my anethitics and saw that TRON was on TV and reached up my hands and made a motercyle motion with my hand. my boyfriend leaned over and asked if i wanted the TV turned down, I shook my head no and repeated the action. “do you want the TV turned down?” he asked again confused. Again i repeated the “vroom vroom” action, “OH! you want a tron bike?” he smiled at me. And i nodded and clapped. he bent over and not to my mother or the nurse but only to himself: he bent over and smiled and exerted his excitment “She is SO cute!!!!!”
When I woke up I smiled because my mother was there, and by boyfriend understood completly and cared and i could feel that they both loved me. although i was completely goofy (i smiled because of the pain meds too) but everything was alright ….besides me looking like an octopus face or pufferfish. teehee<3
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