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Posted on:8/30/05 10:58 PM
Pattern Size:Plus-Sized Regular 


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Mary Stiefer said...
Your patients get first class treatment. How lucky they are to have someone like you. Very nice.
8/30/05 11:20 PM
Kathy Russell said...
Hey that's cool. I think I wouldn't mind one or two of those for house/pool lounging and pj's. Lucky patients.
8/30/05 11:27 PM
Danvillegirl said...
Very nice idea and thoughtful for your patients.
8/31/05 5:37 AM
mamakooz said...
Very nice! Are your patients surprised to find that you made them?
8/31/05 8:39 AM
nheh said...
Flannel?! Can you have a talk with all the doctors I've seen who insist on making you wait in a freezing exam room with nothing on but a paper gown and your socks? Your patients must *adore* you...
8/31/05 9:06 AM
QuickFade said...
Great idea. When I went to the gynecologist a few years ago, I noticed they had homemade flannel gowns. It was so pleasant and comforting and cheerful compared to the usual sterile looking gown. I'm sure your patients appreciate it.
8/31/05 10:17 AM
twistedangel said...
How thoughtful!! Small considerations like that make a world of difference!
8/31/05 5:55 PM
Annika said...
Fantastic idea!
9/1/05 1:01 AM
Hilary said...
That is so cool! Your patients must feel very special :o)
9/1/05 8:59 AM
 
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