The sleeves were quite appropriate as well, much more so than the the big ol' sleeves of the shirt that I wore Thursday to Leadership Dothan. Those ended up in the bacon at breakfast. However, I managed to keep them out of the stir fry at lunch.
Other things I did at Leadership this time:
- Tried to stab the Operation game board with the orthoscopic probes while trying out the DaVinci equipment at Flowers Hospital. I've always had horrible depth perception. I was able to grab the rubber band, though. Small victories.
- Retreated to the hallway with my classmate Amanda while the rest of our group got to see a piece of diseased flesh and a gall bladder complete with gall stones. Oh, and a mastectomied breast. There's a reason I didn't go into the medical field. That reason is because they wouldn't pay me to stand in hallways all day.
On a positive note, I was happy to see all the wonderful technology that both our equally fantastic hospitals have. It makes even this scared-y tat feel a little better about hospitalization to know that we have ample quality healthcare in our area.