The girls had a blast pretending to be doctors. Leah, more advanced at writing, took over the clipboard to record their medical cases:
Hmmmm, let's see, the patient, a 44-year-old woman presents with a broken leg. And malnourishment too, by the looks of things. I had a sudden flash (probably brought on by withdrawl) of how this case would play out on Grey's Anatomy.
The staff would be clustered in the hallway, all staring concernedly at the chart, while beautiful, wasting-away patient Magiy (both doctor and patient are named for the girls' favourite people in the world), lies still in her bed.
Callie: "Let me just fix the leg.
Bailey: "It's not that simple, look at her blood presher, it's 110. Just 110. Not 110 over something else. I think the leg's infected."
Derek: "Damn it, we could use stronger antibiotics to fight the infection, if it wasn't for that damn racoon allergy. Stronger antibiotics might kill her."
Two things. My daughter has a great imagination. And I really want the writers' strike to be over.