Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Living in the hospital

Photo: Fire suppression, test valves, drain pipes and gauges. The oft-forgotten crannies of a hospital provide many eclectic industrial scenes to enjoy.

It's hard to get a good night's sleep at a hospital. My wife's doing a little better, but we're not yet sure when she's coming home or what exactly is wrong. Fortunately, the hospital's right across the street from a bus stop, and I made it to work today.

I'll be having some fun this evening thanks to a generous offer from an old co-worker. I'll post some photos from tonight's event and let you know what I've been up to.


Jon said...

Wishing the best for you guys. Hope everything turns out okay.

Ron Sexton said...

May your wife's recovery be swift and full kinda like your commutes on your blog!

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