Sleepless in Seattle

So ... I am hesitant to use the above title, because I have no doubt that there will be even more applicable reasons to use it in the not too distant future. But for now let's just say this:

#1 We went to Seattle.
#2 We did not get much sleep there.

The purpose of our trip was to scout out a surgeon and a hospital to perform PDaddy's uber-complicated surgery this summer. We looked high and low and what we found was ... Low. Dr Low. Not Dr. McDreamy. In fact you may be surprised and disappointed to find out that Seattle Grace Hospital is only fictional. Fictional, people. Who knew?

We got up on Wednesday at 4:30 a.m. to get there. We got up yesterday before 6 to make it to the appointments. We got up at 4:30 this morning to get to the airport. We hate 4:30 in the morning.

But we just loved Dr. Low.
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Mrs. Dub said...

maybe you should just start living on central time ... that way when you get to seattle next time, 4:30 will actually be 6:30. and that's not quite so bad.

p.s. i'm glad you like dr. mclow.

Glamma Fabulous aka Kelley Smith said...

Glad you guys got home safely. We are "ready with motorhome, will travel" whenever you need us. WE LOVE YOU GUYS!!!!

Anonymous said...

I follow both you and your daughter's blog. I live in Portland Oregon. What is the surgery your husband will be having if it isn't too personal. Best to both of you and you'll be in my prayers. Hugs, Jody

Kate said...

Oh, I just heard today that you were in Seattle. I'm SO glad you found a doctor that you love and that (I presume) is exceptional at this type of surgery. We (the whole B fam) have been thinking of you (the whole S fam) a ton lately.
p.s. That is a beautiful picture.

steph said...

yay for drlow. yay for seattle. boo to no sleep. we miss you both!

hilari said...

If there is no Dr. McDreamy, then we will just have to settle for Dr. Low.

Glad to hear that you guys are back safe and sound.

Angy said...

Boo to no sleep! Yay to finding dr. low!

Mary said...

Dear Anonymous Jody,
His surgery is thorasic ... esophogeal ... basically removing the greater part of his esophogus.Thanks for your prayers.

KSedlak said...

We call that "Sleepless in Seattle"
It happens to a lot of people.