IF one thing the military taught me was that I can sleep anywhere…and I mean it.
1. Back of a Deuce and a half
2. In a sleeping bag on the ground/concrete
3. Back of a truck
5. RATT van (people who know what this is will understand what I mean when I say I can sleep ANYwhere).
So lying flat on my back with a blanket and pillow meant at least to my body it was time for a nap and the more the technician said I needed to remain awake the more my body rebelled.
And I tried really hard.
I did…but apparently I gave in to Mr. Sandman because I”jerked” a few times since had to retake 4 images. The MRI contraption reminds me of the Iron Lung..you know the one back in the 50’s when there were major cases of polio?
Glad to have the MRI but even happier to finally have it over with especially when I had to have this really LONG and SHINEY, SHARP needle penetrating my right shoulder as it looked for my joint. It is called a MR Arthrogram.
Yeah, glad that was over too…..