I want to you to remember back to that kids playing outside all day in hot sun smell. The one that their hair is soaked and matted to their heads with sweat. I usually just point to the shower and demand soap and water to remove the unpleasant stink. That works for 80% of Anna's body...the 20% that is in casts (both her arms) are a breeding ground for putrid "superpower" strengthed smells. I sat next to her in church and each movement of her arms brought wafts of an aroma that caused my nose to twitch and tummy flip in nausea! I am so not exaggerating.
I could not handle another weekend with the smells thru the house, and the enclosed van! I called the doctor, please take this off sooner. They agreed. We had x-rays done on Tuesday and Thursday, the casts came off.
The nurse and the doctor are tops, we laughed and they played up the saw:
This instrument would cut both casts off, and supposedly not cut Anna. The nurse began this evil laugh as they began the procedure......
Anna remained calm. Then the doctor reared back his head in a strange and obscure way:
He mumbled and cackled and then his nurse joined him in the strange behavior:
Was Anna worried? I don't think so, she watched, wondering when these adults would get her casts off?
Okay, she was a little worried, and that darn blade gets hot! One little ouch out of her and then the pliers:
One done, and then the next.......remember 2 casts? egads....the smell that emitted from these dual stink bombs....just try to put that out of your minds.
Abby took the camera as I washed the (insert gross disgusting word of your choice here) stuff from her arms.
We all made it out of the clinic, Anna now walking like Frankenstein, with her arms free of the casts, but her mind thinking they were still on. We quickly exited the town and cruised to our Yuba City's Carl's Jr. The girls enjoying cheesy fries and Anna cast free!