The morning of surgery we woke up at 5, put on sweatpants and checked in for surgery. No one told us that in between checking in and actually going in for surgery there would be a 4 hour wait. But it was okay. Sorta like waiting in an airport while on an extremely long, dull layover.
After the waiting and right before surgery, they have you change into a hospital gown, foot coverings and a hair cap. They seem to be going for the whole sterile surgery thing. After 15 minutes of laying here, Alan hopped off and went to use the bathroom. When he got back he told me someone had peed on the floor and that his right foot covering was wet.