If you recall, they never told Fara they were dating (they never told anyone technically, although Maria did figure it out). If Emily was trying to be subtle and say that in a way Fara wouldn't notice though, maybe the two of them shouldn't just stand around blushing and smiling like idiots afterward. But whatever. It's cute, and that's what's important. XD
And then finally, the doctor arrives!
Not much else to say about this one. After the novella-length commentaries on the last couple pages, I feel like I should have more to say here, but that's really it for now.
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Nothing gets passed Fara. Also: AHHHHHHHHH PLEASE DON'T SWITCH SCENES WITH THE NEXT PAGE WE NEED TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS WITH RAIN AND THE ENDOCROLOGISTPERSONIFORGOTWHATTHEOCCUPATIONISCALLED
Romance doesn't escape Fara's vigilant eyes.
Awww... the little puppies/kitties ... they're so ka-yoot!
Oh the insanity of the waiting in the waiting room. At least she had others there to support her. I was only me on my own at my 1st Endo appointment.
Aunt Fara's like umm they are weird for sisters
I recently (two weeks ago and it still feels like someone is rubbing my side with barbed wire coated with salt and vinegar) had an emergency appendectomy and that was *buckets* of fun. Other than the pain (there was a good deal of pain, don't worry), the worst part must've been the waiting. Oh and the inability to, um... relieve myself for 36 hours wasn't fun either.
So I totally understand the resentment towards the waiting room. On a related note, I experienced some weird post surgery depression for some reason. I wasn't particularity attached to my appendix, either. Has anyone else experienced something similar or am I just a weirdo?
I've had surgery three times. Two of those times, I had post surgery depression. The former of which was a preventative measure to ensure my cancer didn't come back. The more recent surgery was my long awaited SRS. Both were operations I wanted for my health and betterment, but I still went through a bout of depression following them. So, at least in my opinion, I don't think that's weird. Surgery is pretty intense, whether we want/need them or not, so it can take its toll on us.
As an odd aside though, the other surgery I had where I didn't get depression, the incision actually got infected. I was upset and frustrated, for sure, but not particularly depressed.
TL;DR - It's not us, necessarily. The human body in general is just weird. XD
@LittleLynn84: You had cancer? Damn. Well, uh, congratulations on getting over that.
@LittleLynn84: Well your got things moved around and the mind does not like that in some ways though it relieves other things. The nerve plan it was used to is changed even if you never liked it being that way. Things are more internal. Up keep is harder. It relieves one stress only to cause others that over time go away as you get used to them. And with all the it is finally over and you are stressing out over that cause you are so used to being so stressed about it. I see your new picture and you seems much more happy and alive like a normal female were as before I saw much distress hidden in your eyes before the SRS. It is over your happy and some how you feel that is wrong even know you know that is not true. This is very normal. Most all transgenders feel this of PTSD. It will never fully go away but it can be managed. SRS is just one big step that helps greatly. So yeah bad depression set in for a time. I been thru a lot of this same things all my life. If everyone knew what we go thru they would not have any problems with us being so. It is not a choice. It is just who we are and we are forced to hide causing so many traumatic things that happen to us we have to hide that causes PTSD. And end up dead a lot of times cause of society and doctors doing everything can to deny us help we need and cause us problems. You WON the battle be happy now. :)
@(V);,;)V): I've only had one major-ish surgery. I'd had problems with my gall bladder for a couple of years, then had this EXTREMELY painful acute attack. My wife took me to the ER and they took me in to a room and left me with my pain for what seemed like an eternity. Then the Dr. finally saw me & they gave me morphine. I am convinced that is one of the most wonderful things there is. Anyway, after the surgery to remove the damned thing, I was happy to be free of the pain ... so yeah, for once I wasn't depressed.
@Barn0wl: I was trip'n balls, as my brother would say, when I was on my pain meds. Narcotics scare the %$#! out of me.
@(V);,;)V): I can understand that. But the morphine they gave me in the ER was amazing. The gall bladder attacks were literally the WORST pain I've ever had and the one that night would not let up. I imagine it was what the space Marine felt when the alien burst out of his chest ... only mine kept just digging around inside me. I was amazed how fast the morphine worked when they stuck it in my IV. It was, I think, less than 1 minute and the pain was gone. Did it leave me a little loopy, I guess, but I was in surgery a couple of hours later anyway. (Don't get me started about coming out of the damned general anesthetic though ...)
@Barn0wl: I had my gallbladder removed. It as been said to worse then giving birth by women. I was told it was a not needed thing so I could easily do with out it. But it sent me into a very bad depression knowing part of me now was dead in a dumpster some were. Separation anxiety set in bad for a time. Plus they had to do it the old hard way on me so it left a big scare and loss of nerves in that area. They had to cut thru some nerves to get to it is why. And they never heal back right. I have to be very careful as I feel no pain there and if I cut myself in the spot badly I mite not notice it for a while bleeding out. I often get really bad shooting ghost pains there at times. Though if I touch it I feel nothing there like it's a dead spot of a void in my side. I have gotten used it over time but it left me in a very deep depression for a time. :P
@Anna Rei: My sister-in-law, who has had 2 kids AND had to have her gallbladder removed has told me the pain from an acute attack IS worse than giving birth.
I was very lucky in that the surgeon was able to get mine out with a laparoscopic procedure. It basically left me with 4 small incisions. He had told me before going into surgery that if there were problems, they would have to do a larger incision such as yours. Very sorry to hear that yours was not a simple procedure.
I suffer from depression and it just sucks. No matter what the trigger is. Did it help for you to know WHY you were depressed after the surgery?
D'aaawww. Cute people are cute. But yeah, I'm pretty sure the proverbial feline is out of the cloth containment vessel.
No TDOR post this year?
@AroAce127: Maybe there is enough sadness this year that we didn't need a reminder. I noticed that there was a 14 year old on the list this year.