Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Loud Noises!!

Last night I spent a lot of time inside this:

What better way to spend a Tuesday night after a long day at work?

I had the option to move my MRI up a week and when thinking it over this is what went through my mind:
-Tuesdays are rest days (usually, and subject to change)
--I have my authorization code so lets see if there is an opening
---The sooner I find out what is wrong, the sooner I fix it

I love when things come together.

The experience itself was....interesting.

 I didn't realize how nervous I was until I was laying on the table.I tried to pretend it was a tanning bed but it was so cold and loud I could not keep calm.
The noises were the worst part.
It sounded like two robots were fighting while a plane was trying to take off.
I walked out of there with knee pain and a headache.

I should know the results by Friday.

I came home to one of my favorite dinners

Thanks to Eddie I enjoyed this big greek salad while watching the PLL summer finale.
Did any of you watch? It was CRAY!
No spoilers here, but GO WATCH THAT SHOW.

I have Power X tonight, here's hoping my brace helps me get through the workout, I'll check in later and let you know how it goes.

Happy Hump Day!


MizFit said...

You, as always, have such a great attitude.

jenna said...

eek! ive never had an mri! you did a good job! i think that would be a scary experience! great looking dinner too! spalove!

got2run4me said...

I always thought an MRI sounded like edgy industrial music. Some places now let you bring an iPod and listen to your own music, but I think you would have to crank it up LOUD to hear anything. I hope the results show something that will heal quickly!

Kierston said...

Keep being the positive person that you are! Take good care!

jessielovestorun said...

Fingers crossed that your results come back normal. I can't even imagine the anticipation you must be feeling right now.

Carlyn Giuriceo said...

you are too kind xoxo

Carlyn Giuriceo said...

i had one a few years ago for my stomach(thinking I had gallbladder issues) and that was 123095720957230 times worst either way they are not the most enjoyable experiences but worth it!

Carlyn Giuriceo said...

that is a good way to look at it! They did give me headphones but the volume was so low and the quality was so poor i just took them off and tried to focus on breathing. If I could have used my own earbuds/phone that would have been much better

Carlyn Giuriceo said...

xoxo thanks Kierston!

Carlyn Giuriceo said...

I hope so too! Until then I am doing the same thing I have been doing, just nixing the running until I feel better.

Cat @ Breakfast to Bed said...

fantastic attitude. I have to be sedated to go into the MRI or CT. shudder

Holly Johnson said...

I have to be sedated to go into an open MRI. I had one done on my neck a year ago, and I panicked. I didn't like be clamped down to that table. Needless to say I am claustraphobic and a little bit of a control freak. Regular MRI's are not an option for me, you are braver than I am. I hope you get good results!

Patty said...

Those MRI's are alway challenging...hope you get some answers soon. said...

Okay - now I want a bigh greek salad!

PavementRunner said...

I always think of HOUSE while I see those machines. Sending best wishes and dinner looked yummy.

MCM Mama said...

Hope you get some answers soon. I can totally see why you'd have a headache if it was as loud as you described. Glad that parts over for you.

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