It wasn't spending 6 hours going from offices to offices to offices--- sterile instruments, waiting rooms or radiology.
My melt down wasn't from fear-- although I had a little moment while they had taken Matt and I was all alone in a room signing consent for blood transfusions! It wasn't from a subsequent visit to Walgreens or a hospital bracelet hanging on Matt's arm.
It was because my day at home got messed up---
After realizing I couldn't mess with the pencil in Matt's foot and that it involved a visit to Urgent Care-- I promptly walked into my bathroom, called Dave to give him a heads up and burst into tears that I wasn't going to be able to stay home and finish school!!!
I calmed down-- of course and got some perspective but really--
I would like a school day uninterrupted! It might sound silly to have been upset about my school day-- but really, we are a little behind-- which doesn't bother me as much as the inability to get things done does!
It will all work out I know-- I just needed a moment of panic and a little release from my frustration!