Friday, July 10, 2009

Hot for Doctor

Having switched provinces, two years after the fact I figured it was probably time to find a local doctor for when I need one. After numerous long calls, snickering receptionists (like it's such an absurd thing to request a female doctor - they've got the same parts - makes sense does it not?) and no luck in my quest to find one...I bit the bullet and made an appointment for this afternoon to meet with the only doctor available to take on new patients. Good ol' Doctor C.

On a side note, have you ever noticed how many people gawk at you in the waiting room of a medical office? Close your mouth, avert your eyes and read a freakin' magazine or something. I'm not gawking at you, so kindly do the same, weirdos.

I had brought my book and was patiently absorbed when I heard my name called out. I looked up and found myself a hypocrite. Here I was, book in hand, peering over the top of it, gawking at the cutest doctor I have ever seen. Cuter, even than Patrick Dempsey. I somehow managed to grab my bag, book and stumble over to where he was casually waiting. What happened from there on in was a strange blur of medical history and professional banter, all I could seem to focus on were those gleaming blue eyes and charming smile.

That is until he shot me right back into reality:

"So, when was your last pap?"

Like it was a question about the weather.

I was like, huh?! Whhaaaaaaaooooooooooooohhhhh....that. Yeah. I was thinking there is NO WAY in HELL I will be able to pull it together to get through THAT one, with YOU. No offense buddy!

That I somehow made it through those awkward fifteen minutes of introductory dialogue was nothing short of a miracle. Especially the part where he recommended making an appointment for a physical. I would have liked to have seen my expression at that point.

However, Doctor C did seem like he knows what he's doing and there was something about him (besides the very obvious) that appealed to me.

Hmm. I guess we'll have to think about that one now, won't we.

4 comments:

for the love of pictures said...

Hilarious! I don't know what I would have done in that situation...actually I do. I probably would have stumbled, dropped my book and my bag and then tripped and fallen. I would have gotten up laughing though so that's a plus right.

Mantramine said...

I woulda put my legs in them stirups right quick and told him, 'it's been too long Dr. McCutie. Too long indeed.'

:)

Trouble.Thinks said...

Laughter is the best medicine (ha)...

Yes, I would suspect, Mantramine, you would do something of the sort. Teehee...

The Traveling Circus said...

when my mum was preggo with she said she had the worlds most gorgeous gyno. She said it was like a movie, all the women in the waiting room were all dolled up with make up and trying to dress sexy :P