LPR, Suz, Inge, Glory, Smittie, Clara, thanks for your advice and well wishes.

Emily, I'm glad your husband's procedure went well. I had a colonoscopy last month and had the same directions: "sign no contracts."

My husband's procedure went well. They are keeping him overnight. The doctor said nearly everyone for this procedure stays overnight. When I left this evening he was eating dinner and looked pretty good. Hopefully he'll be released tomorrow morning.

As to the advice: it was excellent! Thanks, everyone. I felt pretty good in my grey turtleneck sweater, jeans and boots. I did use the blanket scarf, as it was chilly. I took a couple small knitting projects to occupy myself, and earphones to listen to music on my phone, to blot out obnoxious tv in the waiting room. Just now I put my charger in my tote bag.

Glad everything's OK, JAileen--I was a bit chilly, too. Glad I had a puffer and the blanket scarf.

I'm so glad that you updated us and that all is well. He will
Probably not get good rest in the hospital tonight and need a quiet day with a long nap at home tomorrow.
For anyone spending time in a rehab facility or nursing home, those places are very warm. Wear layers that you can remove.

Glad to hear everything went well.

JAileen and Emily. I'm glad and thankful that all went well and you both were stylish and comfortable to boot.

Thank you both for the updates.

That's great. I like the hospital socks. Apropos of nothing

I am glad it went well. It looks like you got excellent advice.

Oh, good news!

Thanks to both of you for taking the time to give us an update.

I have a photo of WIW to and from my colonoscopy last week. Will include next time I post outfits. Not at all fab!

PS. Rachey, I accidentally wore the hospital socks home. They are washed and sitting in my donation bag. Shall I send them to you?

So glad everything went well. I'm taking this information for further use. I think I'll need to add a blanket shawl to my shopping list. In keeping with Angie's post today of purchasing ahead of need.

YAY. Glad all went well, Janet.

I am also glad that things went well.
I agree about the obnoxious TVs in the waiting rooms. Instead of having a calming effect they make you feel more unsettled. For me it got to the point where I would mute or turn off the TV. I felt more at peace in a tranquil environment, I needed that.

Emily, Joy, Jenava, Ledonna, Rachy, Style Fan, Ryce, Barbara, Angie, Joyce, thank you for your well wishes. My husband is home finally. He's exhausted and will take several days to recuperate. I guess this shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, but I was so stressed out from the whole experience just as a family member that I went to bed at 8:30 last night!