Hospital Admissions and “Lie-Down” Comics

Hospital Admissions and “Lie-Down” Comics

I’ve recently returned home from my second emergency admission to the hospital.

My first stay was for 8 days, my second was for 6 days (my insurance ran out!)

During my second stay, near the end of the 4th day, I was feeling much better. I began to tease the staff and they were kind enough to dub me the “Lie-Down” Comic, as it was evident I wasn’t able (by virtue of IV’s in both arms) to be a “Stand-Up” Comic.

One sign that created a lot of mirth was the following:

Call B4 Fall

I maintained that I could schedule my falls, however, I really didn’t want to fall! So, I settled for calling prior to a fall, were I to fall. Fortunately, I didn’t.

Along the edge of the ceiling and the wall there was a small piece of hardware to the cameras that looked like this:


One night in my drug induced haze, and in a very dimly lit room, I awoke frightened to discover a mouse in my room. I was assured by the nurse, however that it wasn’t a mouse, nor was I the first to think it was!


11 thoughts on “Hospital Admissions and “Lie-Down” Comics

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  2. Patty B

    praising God for your restored health and may God continue to bless you so you have no more emergency stays at the hospital. laughter is indeed the best medicine!!

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    1. RobbyeFaye Post author

      Thank you, Patty. I will have surgery as soon as all these emergencies clear up. Hopefully the surgery will forestall any more emergencies!
      I try to laugh, because if I didn’t Id be crying!


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