And I'm glad it's almost over. We were very busy in scheduling and I spent three hours glued to the phone except when I was at checkout, and that was weird because I scheduled someone, sent them on their merry way, and then couldn't complete the scheduling because the order was changed midstream while I was scheduling. There were also several complex appointments, too, like two doctors, with multiple tests or images, all for one patient/encounter. I am certainly not a pro at this, yet.
Afterwards, I left over lunch and got a friend and dropped him off at an appointment, went back to work, ate lunch while I worked, and then got him again when he was finished, went back to work, finished up what I needed to do, left for the day, took him to pick up some medicine, visited for awhile, and came home. Each time I went out, I got caught in the rain, the first time in an actual downpour, because I thought my umbrella was in the office, and I was wrong, and the other times because it was sprinkling when I left the library, but raining harder by the time I got outside. Apparently, I refuse to learn.
When I got home, I really wanted pizza, but there were no good deals and I decided to be fiscally responsible and also diabetically responsible. I had a sandwich and went through my Facebook feed and blogged, and then I was delighted to find I had some sugar-free dark chocolate pudding I'd forgotten about, so that was a plus.
Now I'm in the bedroom with the lights low, Loreena McKennitt singing on Pandora through the Roku box on the TV, and I'm in comfy shorts and a tank top, and I'm going to relax for awhile. If I don't blog anymore tonight, good night. Tomorrow will be more scheduling, plus I have an optometrist appointment in the evening and a book review due. But as Scarlett put it, 'Tomorrow is another day.'