Well, I'm glad that your colon is problem free but the procedure sounds far from routine. The fact that it didn't go entirely smoothly would bother me less than the fact that they didn't inform you about stopping breathing. That would shake my confidence more than anything else. Big picture...you're fine and there should be no lingering effects from this. I'll call that good news. I don't know how to characterize the rest. Just glad you're okay.
I'm good with the revived part...it's the need for it that's troubling. Did you just come to in recovery and they told you about it or did you have some awareness? Something like that would sure play with your mindset.
Oh is that all...yawn. Good lord, woman! What part of routine procedure did your body not understand? You realize that was your body's response to the threat of becoming a vegetarian. "Deprive me of bacon...I'll show you!" Let's not have any recurrences of that sort of thing, okay?
Vegetarians? Is that even allowed in the Midwest? Out here in California you can't swing a stick without hitting a vegetarian...and they've got laws against that... I don't doubt that it's healthier and the notion of not eating anything that had a mom is appealing as well. But all I have to do is look at the design of my teeth and I know that I was meant to eat at least some meat. That (and bacon) keep me firmly in the omnivore camp with strong carnivore tendencies. If friends and families have already crossed over joining them will simplify holiday meals. One of my nieces is a strict vegetarian and we all still talk to her ;^) ...though I tease her about it more than I should.