40 Reflections – #6: 40 days of raw recollections during the Lenten Season
Driving home today with our kids, in our new-to-us Buick, the phone rang and I answered pressing the accept button on the fancy screen thinking it was my husband. Instead of the happy hubby “Hello!”, I heard an all-business voice booming from the Bose speakers. “This is Sondra calling from the Mammogram Scheduling Center, I have an order here to schedule your next mammogram.” I could only imagine how many times this office had called over the last few months to schedule, but not recognizing the number, I let it go to voicemail.
So when this call came in (even though I had extra ears in the car) I knew I should proceed, as it would be absolutely foolish and irresponsible if I didn’t schedule. As the woman pressed further for verification of birthday, address, etc., I asked my technologically savvy son to try and switch the phone out of speaker mode to perhaps provide a little privacy, but there was no time.
The series of questions began – are you pregnant? Do you have breast implants? Any concerns about your breasts over the last few months? The questions continued and I had to giggle. My kids rarely watch PG-13 movies, yet they had just heard the word breast 39 times coupled with a full conversation about my breast health.
I continued to make the appointment, hollered out answers, the kids snickered, and life continued.
Always, always make your appointments even if you have an audience while scheduling.
Our lives are too important to our family and friends to overlook our health.
Early detection saves lives.
Dig Deep: Schedule your annual physical and mammogram today!
Lenten Challenge: Pray for those who do not have access to health care.
2 thoughts on “Breast Banter”
This is so true. The best gift you can give your family is good health.
Thanks so much for reading!
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