Hospital Chic πŸ’–

Is there such a thing?! I’m starting my new year with … you guessed it, a little hospital get away! πŸ˜‰ I’ve decided my attire for my day of tests is going to be ‘hospital chic’, what do you think?!

Whoever said you can’t be fabulous on 2 hours of sleep, a 5:30am awakening, full of steroids and Benadryl, a 3.5 hour car drive, no eating and drinking, inevitable pain, and a day ahead full of tests… CLEARLY has not met me.

Can we just talk about the cruel fact that I am severely allergic to contrast iodine needed to do imaging …? Like having a rare cancer you need to do imaging with contrast all the time, and I’m allergic. COME ON! So steroid and Benadryl blast it is πŸ’ŠπŸ’ŠπŸ’Š

These next couple days will hopefully help us figure out my mystery worsening pain, and then I can enter into my bone marrow transplant, and MIBG radiotherapy.. Comfortably knowing there isn’t ANOTHER oddity to add onto the list 😜

Cross your fingers, pray, wish on a star, just think of me and let them be good thoughts please and thank you 😘


Goodness, long day ahead…! Updates will come, of course πŸ’—

Yours truly,

Pheo VS Fabulous



    • It didn’t start out as fabulously as I would have hoped 😫.. It’s always the things we don’t expect that try to kill us right ! It’s so hard having multiple illnesses, will update soon, but I so appreciate everyone’s continued support πŸ’— Reading my comments is always the highlight, especially after a tough day like today.

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  1. Hope they have the latest designer hospital blankies to keep you warm (or at least give you those lovely preheated ones with the timeless stripes) xo Lu

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    • They are pretty well designed πŸ˜‰ It’s a pretty fancy:Miranda approved hospital, haha! But I still bring my own blanket πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‚ I’m a total princess XOXOX


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