The editor wants the lessons for first quarter 2015 to go live six days from now. I’m all but done with my part, I think. Of course, there’s the chance she’ll want me to step in and do the job the HTML person is supposed to do. We’ll see.
Another deadline was my B-12 shot. It was supposed to be this morning. I’d taken generic Nyquil last night in a desperate attempt to get some sleep and, boy! did I!! Except for my trips to the bathroom, I didn’t get up until almost 10. When I glanced at the clock with one eye, I thought it said 7:48 but it was 9:48. OUCH! I can’t remember when I’ve slept that late.
During my quiet time, I found out about a movie that’s appropriate for this time of year. It’s on youtube and free to watch. Sadly, it isn’t captioned and the audio is quite soft. It looks like a good one so for you people who can hear well, here it is.
The newest wedge pillow member of the family was scheduled to be delivered today, then rescheduled for tomorrow. I was surprised by a knock on the door and there it was! So welcome, too.
Maybe I’ll sleep better tonight without the aid of potent cold and flu preparations.
My cough seems to be worse than it was yesterday. Today has been rainy and gloomy. I put off the placing of the marker until the weather is better. Thursday looks like it’s supposed to be severe clear and not freezing cold.
I’ve wondered if I developed an allergy over the years. Even though I still cough a lot, it isn’t like when Twinkle was in the house. When she’d get on my lap, I’d have some intense episodes. Maybe I’ll improve even more when all the residual cat hair is cleaned out.
Tomorrow morning will have to see me shooting myself in the leg. I have the right size equipment to do it now and I won’t have to shut myself up in the bedroom any more. Twinkle won’t be letting her curiosity get the best of her.
The bill came for my latest trip to have outpatient testing done. It’s $150 which will drop to $135 with my discount. Humana says my part is $800 but that doesn’t take into consideration the lower amounts for prompt payments. Beats the livin’ daylights out of original Medicare plus a supplement.