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oh! run fast young man! ha ha hasmiles, beeoxoxoxoxoxo
"but that was before he saw the surgery building"HAHAHHAHHAHAHAHAHA! LOVE IT!It doesn't look too sanitized, does it?As always....FAAAAAAABULOUS Microfiction, m'dear!VERY clever!Have a MARVI Monday!X
reminds me of visiting a local doctor in Jamaica!Aloha from Waikiki;Comfort Spiral > < } } ( ° > ><}}(°>
What Cloudia said but mine was an army tent.
Stumbling onto your blog this morning inspired me to submit a '140'. Thanks ....practice, practice, practice. And yes, I got to Carnegie Hall--long story!
Nice one. Delapidated was word for that building. Three attempts later I got on here without seeing that scary notice.
Too late Bee, he's committed! :0No it doesn't Ron, hardly suitable for a Doctor's surgery. LOLReally Cloudia????LOL Beach!Thankyou mjunta :)Cheers Daryl xGlad to have inspired you Steve, welcome aboard 'Succinctly Yours'!Yes delapidated would have been a great word for this one Valerie. Sorry you had problems getting on here. I put a Twitter button up and wondered if it was that causing the problem, so I took it off.
Talk about a lawsuit waiting to happen! LOL
Run, John! Run!
Yikes! Perhaps he can gut it and make it a state-of-the-art clinic with the money he saves in cost of the building.
Damn. That's the most ramshackle surgery building I've ever seen.
LOL, another doctor in the old schoolhouse. Wonderful. I love it.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
What Cloudia said but mine was the hospital in Bermuda.If he wants a small town to practice in he should move to Montgomery, Texas. We could use him...
Exactly Lisa!I'm sure he would if he could Mama Zen LOLHe'll have to do something like that Pat LOLMe too Storytreasury LOLThanks Kay :)I'll send him right over Jim LOL
An altruistic surgeon, challenged by rural reality. Made me laugh!
This was a really good one...I can imagine his chagrined/crestfallen face as he drove up to the historic landmark. ;)
I'm betting the anesthesiologist just hands the patient a bottle of whiskey and the nurse passes a saw. :DI've seen some spooky mf's this week, but this beats them all.
Ha ha that's funny! I hope his instruments are more up- to- date than the building! ^__^
Is there time for him to change his mind? I loved your take this week :)
There isn't enough money in the world to convince me to undergo surgery in that place!
Remember to take your picture wearing my Daft Scots Lass tattoos and mail to me!!!
Brilliant - where did you get that picture from?!
You got it all. This looks like some buildings on the high ways here in Missouri.
Happy to make you smile Seasons :)Indeed he would certainly look crestfallen Rek LOLI think you're probably right Grandma!Hopefully Helen LOLWhatever do you mean G? LOLNo, too late Susan ;)Me neither Calico Crazy LOLI will as soon as I get a minute Scots LassGrandma's Goulash provides the picture prompt and the word of the week FlowerpotReally Bankerchick???
Poor Doc! Disappointment and anguish ensued!:)
Ack! Looks like the building itself is in need of a bit of surgery!
Did you ever watch the TV series Northern Exposure? It COULD have been worse!
Yep poor doc Pooch ;)Indeed it does Linda LOLNo I never watched that show AJ, there was something worse on there?
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