Vacation at North Florida Regional Medical Center

Some of the top reasons a stay in the hospital is better than a hotel….

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Laying down when chatting is socially acceptable.

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Breakfast, lunch, AND dinner in bed. (Not to mention the bacon cooked to perfection.)

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Time to do nothing but play games.

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Tread socks are always in fashion.

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People asking round the clock if you want anything.

20121008-095107.jpgElectric beds.

20121008-095710.jpgPJs are acceptable daywear.

Thank you to all my prayer warrior friends. I am doing very well and will probably go home before dinner. I will be sad to leave this lap of luxury, but thrilled to get home to my Prince, our children, and even Papa. :-) Thanks, Dad, for getting me to the ER and keeping me company all day. Thank you, Aubrey, for doing such a great job taking care of everything, allowing me to just relax and let the doctors and their Meds make me feel all better. Thank you, My Prince for supporting me emotionally, physically, and financially so that I could take advantage of such awesome medical care. I love you!

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2 Responses to Vacation at North Florida Regional Medical Center

  1. Melissa says:

    I have to admit, I do love those tread socks ;) I took at least 2 pairs home from the hospital when I gave birth lol. Glad to hear you are doing well!

  2. paul says:

    umm why were you in that place in looks crampy look i cant even spell it at least i think i did and please remove the code thing they are so enoying and no mocking me about the spelling

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