Some random Tuesday morning thoughts.
*I really hate it when someone on the train has one of those phones that work like a walkie-talkie and they hold loud conversations early in the morning.
*Most people don't look good in animal prints (like head to toe leopard)
*The guy in front of me on the train was a slow reader. I was way ready for him to change the page of the newspaper he was reading (and I was reading over his shoulder) before he was.
*There is a wasp nest the size of a socer ball high up in a tree that is on my way to work. I am allergic to stings so I am fascinated by the size of this thing. I thought at first that it was a bag or something that got caught. But I stopped the car and looked and sure enough, it's a nest. I spent much of the train ride trying to estimate how many wasps are asleep in there (when I wasn't reading the paper).
*I am not ready for Easter and have to keep reminding myself that it's Sunday. I guess since the kids aren't small anymore (although they still think they should get Easter baskets), and we are not a religious family, it doesn't carry the weight it once did. I'm thinking about Easter baskets and have to drag them out and see what kind of shape they're in.
*We just bought 4 new tires for PK's car and now it doesn't work. It needs a water pump and timing belt. Hopefully, there isn't any internal engine damage ($$$$$!) and he can fix it himself. We'll see Friday.
*I took Friday off so today is officially the middle of my week. In fact, my work week is half over. Nice optimistic thought.
*Our new computerized treatment plan takes me almost an hour to do. The old ones took about 15 minutes. It's driving me (and everyone else) crazy.
*Lots of people miss psychiatrist appointments. I have to send them letters giving them a chance to reschedule. I call everyone because I know that some of my folks are scattered and easily forget what they're supposed to do. I don't mind, it's part of my job.
Have a good Tuesday! I hope it's filled with good things and you remember all of your appointments.