3 (Not to be confused with the Britney Spears song)

French Word of the Day: troisième (twa- see-em)- third

Shirts with three-quarter length sleeves are the clothing item to wear while getting treatments.  (I know you all worry the most about fashion when you’re getting sick.)  More of your arm is revealed for any needle action, and yet you can still stay somewhat warm.  Hospitals are generally 3 degrees below freezing at all times.  They keep it cold so that you’re too busy shivering to realize your food looks like this.

Luckily, I own almost exclusively three-quarter length shirts.  My wardrobe is getting a workout, and I plan to wear a different shirt to every session.

Check out the three-quarter length action.

Check out the three-quarter length action.

Today’s session has been going well- much better than last time.  I have my parents hanging out with me again.  They’ve been calling me Wonder Woman because of my red band, and have expressed their pride at my ability to type this all one-handed.

And with that, I’m off to use my superhero powers to convince the nurses to unhook me.


About The Meghan

I'm a lupus survivor who spent a year and a half in France. Now, I'm trying to incorporate the best parts of French culture into an American lifestyle.
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6 Responses to 3 (Not to be confused with the Britney Spears song)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Megs –
    I am so glad that this round is going better for you. PG!!
    If I were there, I’d unhook you.

    Love you,
    Aunt Susi xxxooo

  2. Connor Chadwick says:

    I know this doesn’t have anything to do with the blog, but I had a great time at the Sox game and seeing your apartment.

  3. siobhan says:

    My daughter, Wonder Woman!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Pastor David Player special prayers for you this morning. You look very fashionable today!Gandfather

  5. Mary Rolfes says:

    I think you are a Wonderful Woman. 🙂 You are all in my thoughts & prayers!

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