Well, it was Monday.
I was in bed early last night. I mean early as in 8pm. I was worn out for some reason.
This morning I got up and Heath and I bumped around the house a while.
I had an appointment for a review of my disability at 12. The first letter I got said that it was in CHerryville, about 10 minutes away. I got a new letter and it had the same doctors name on it so I didn't pay much attention to the address. It had been changed to LIncolnton. About 20 miles away. So I had to hurry.
I tossed Heath in some clothes, snagged some toys, grabbed teh PB&J he was eating and we ran out. He got dropped at a friends house and then I hurried to the address on the paper. IT was wrong. I looked it up online and it was one street off.
So I ran over to the right address. Just as I got there a guy was putting up a sign saying that the doc was out sick today. PBBBBBBTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.
So, I went back and got Heath. I talked to Jess (the gal who was keeping him) a bit while Heath played with her daughter. Then I left and went up the hill to her father-in-laws house.
Tim and I chewed the fat a bit. I would up coming home with a little trailer made out of a big rubber tote. I have no idea what I will do with it.
I also looked at a wiring problem he had on a Ford van that he sold and then had to go reposess. The connector to the ignition module had shorted out. I got the specs so I could look it up when I got home.
I finally got home and sat a bit. My back is still unhappy.
Another friend stopped by when he saw the tote trailer. He wants it if I can't figure out what to do with it.
I came in and answered a text from Steph saying to put the rabbit in water at medium heat. I asked if she meant in teh crock pot or on the stove. She answered yes. GRTRRRR,
Finally she told me on the stove in the huge pot.
Now she is tied up in a meeting that I really don't understand why she has to attend since she is just doing student teaching right now.
The neighbor is doing better. She is out of ICU and in her own room. She should come home Thursday.