And sometimes it's not nice, like having a CT scan of one's colon, which involves days of emptying your intestines, having a gas tube stuck up your rear and being inflated from the inside while in a radioactive chamber. Still it's more interesting if you do it differently, like dressing nicely.
And it's always nice to stop on the way home for a good coffee as a treat.
I was also wearing this skirt to the CT clinic, but here is the photo of me once I arrived at the pools.
I did thank my wife for having such lovely clothes to share with me this morning and I loved how my pink bra showed through the lace.
I was in the pools for about an hour and a half, with my swim cap giving me a headache from the pressure, so had to go without the swim cap for the last 30 minutes. I also joined 6 others in the spa pool for 10 minutes, then the sauna for another 10, neither of which helped my headache.
I just wanted to strut around in my swimsuit, so I enjoyed using the communal shower next to the spa, as it's a requirement between pools and after sauna/steam room usage.
I also enjoyed the 800 meter swim with my size C cup breast forms
Please excuse the lack of make up during and after the swim, but one kind girl said I looked about 30, I think she was trying to chat me up, or felt sorry for the crazy old man - nah - she so wanted me :-)
|After a hard swim, spa pool is in the background|
|Another relaxing coffee at the pools|
As a footnote; This "procedure" has put me back under my ideal BMI weight, and with the swimming starting to give me a more manly V shaped body, such that I can nearly see my 6 pack again (which I lost about 6 years ago). I think having my 6 pack abs back 3 times in one life time will be great so I will probably continue with a strict food intake and regular swimming now I know most people are not offended by me wearing a one piece.