So we all know I'm having a little procedure done in the next couple weeks. Whatever. I'm over it. However, I am still a little bothered about where I'm having my surgery. A surgical center. Not a full blown hospital. They will be poking around my insides- and to have this done, I will be driving up to a glorified office building. (behind a Chevron and a McDonalds- comforting) This does not make one feel especially safe. Considering the fact that this "operating room" could have just as easily housed an accountant's office, a temp agency, the whole of Dunder Mifflin, or a call center for QVC. Just add some cubicles.
I guess this is considered a simple surgery, this cholecystectomy. But next time you're watching Grey's Anatomy, pay attention to the medical mumbo jumbo they're spouting around. That cholecystectomy word is one of them! Bailey does them all the time! In a hospital! I'm just sayin'... if something goes wrong, I would like a team of doctors at the ready... not a law firm across the hall.
I'll go to this ramshackle "surgery center." But I don't have to like it.