The 20th & 21st; Couldn’t understand why.

February 22, 2018 — Leave a comment

The 20th of February.

Today has been very boring, but productive.

I woke up earlier than planned, which was frustrating but that at least meant I could get back to work on the computer early. Yeah, back on that.

I decided today I would back up the newer photos, the ones I’ll want to have on my phone, so if I decide to wipe it, they’re ready to put back on.

To pass the time while things got sorted and copied, I worked on the poodle. Now her arms and legs look all floofy (or as much as they can, when made of wool). I finished Altered Carbon, and then returned to The Blacklist. Did one of my minor workouts.

Also had some phone calls/emails about hospital stuff. I chased up my Andrew appointment, and he’s away for half term but I am assured it should be soon. Sorted out my next dental hospital appointment because that hadn’t come through. Going to clinic tomorrow to get some antibiotics because I am coughing up yellow phlegm of a morning and I’d rather it didn’t get worse. And finally, spoke to Dr. Blaney’s secretary, who has apparently sent a letter to the GP about steroid injections, but it only went today so we’ll see what actually happens.

The 21st of February.

Cripes. It’s been a long day, and it’ll be a long evening.

I woke up super early so we could go out at 9 to get clinic done. It was incredibly quiet, but I still got a good chunk of my book read. I saw Sridhar, and we decided that I only really go there for drugs, so let’s make it an annual visit and get the GP to dispense drugs. I didn’t get any antibiotics for my cough, but I gave them some phlegm to test so we’ll see what that says.

Waited for ages for pharmacy, then we went to Piccadilly to get my glasses adjusted as the right leg was rubbing on my ear bone and being painful. Also got a mint chocolate cronut from Medicine because it smelled too good to pass up.

Since getting back, I have been sat at the computer. I spoke to Apple on the phone, and they remotely accessed my iMac, but couldn’t understand why it’s done what it’s done. So I’ve linked everything back up to the iCloud, and am going to spend my evening manually deleting everything. Such fun!

 

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