Monday, November 17, 2008

What a GGRRREEAAATT day!!

Today, I was nervous about 2 things... my first surgery (as a helper not a patient k?) and my Bodyjam clearance.

The surgery which was an abdominoplasty, lasted for about 6 hours!!! I only managed to have lunch at about 3.30pm! Had to stand all the way throughout the surgery and my legs ache. But at least d doctor asked to have the Mamma Mia! soundtrack playing and we even sang along! ;) Not only the surgery went super smoothly... my part in it also went super smoothly that the surgeon wanted to learn more. And he was singing praises about my product to another colleague of his while we were having a bit together till she agreed to use it!!! He said that his patients love the effects and the faster healing. I didn't even need to do any selling AT ALL!! :) Isn't that a nice warm fuzzy feeling?

Then in the evening, I made my way to Summit for my clearance assessment by Leo. Arrived early so I did some last minute practising. During the class, it wasnt as non-intimidating as IOI would've been since there are more people and I don't really know them. I guess sometimes my nervousness showed, sometimes I managed to hide it, hehehe. Adalah some mistakes here and there, lotsa improvements to be made still... for both cueing and technique. But final result??? I cleared!! I cleared!! Yay!!! Yay!!! Now am truly part of FF's Bodyjam team! Dance 4 life! :) Another warm fuzzy feeling!!

Wasn't it such a beautiful day??? :)

7 comments:

pamela chan said...

i'm a patient and feel weird to see my dentist, he also likes to sing when playing on my teeth ;( i'm so takut.... ;p

About me said...

That's great news...congrats!

kt said...

pam: dis was a major surgery so d patient was unconscious... she didnt know we were singing anyway. hehe ;)

mindy: thanx dear!!!!! :)

shades said...

1 scary thought... being operated on and the surgeons decide to dance to the music....

kt said...

not big bodyjam moves kind of dance la. juz like feet-tapping and swaying abit. hey, surgery is all in day's work for him too. if people can type to music, count to music, draw to music, exercise to music... for a living. why not operate to music?? :p

nat said...

Good to know you're not in surgery (as a patient)!!

hmm... I wonder what product is that until it practically sells itself?

Alan said...

Congrats girl!