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Bedpan Blues

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Sandy's hilarious account of her two-month stay in a Sydney public hospital - far from the "back country" where she lives - will really kickstart your funnybone!

With one leg out of action, getting ON a bedpan is one thing .... the you have to get off the bloody thing...

Almost as big a challenge as trying to get some sleep ("Wake up! Heres' your Panadol..")
Paperback, 159 pages
Published 2012 by ST Publishing
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Shelleyrae at Book'd Out
This caught my eye on the "new" shelf at the library so I scooped it up hoping for a quick read that would make me laugh, and that it exactly what I got. Bedpan Blues details the two months Sandy Thorne, a bushie from Lightning Ridge, spent laid up in a Sydney city public hospital after a repair to an ankle injury went awry.

Behind Sandy's mild mannered facade (she is unfailingly polite to the staff and helpful to her less capable ward mates) lurks a bold, brash and wildly opinionated woman who c...more
Kelly Munro
good holiday read - read in a day.
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