Sick of the monsoons we've had this week (the mosquitoes are going to be horrible) but it gives me an excuse to not mow the yard this weekend.
(Yes, spell check tells me there is an 'e' in mosquitoes??)
Seeing patients helps me at work. I know how to do that part. I did one good group and was helpful in another. With Barb gone next week, I'll do all of them. Can't believe I've been there a month already though it seems like forever since I was in the ID Clinic...time is such a funny thing.
Oh, picked up my new car last night (of course it was in a down pour all night). It's very pretty, 2018 Silver Hyundai Tucson. It's the base model and has so many bells and whistles. I may have posted the list but....sunroof (which I didn't even remember it had until I picked it up last night!), dual climate zones, heated seats (ooolala), keyless entry, keyless ignition, adjustable lumbar support, power seats, dealer helped me pair my phone so I can use my phone's navigation and make phone calls and texts via the voice command on my phone, automatic lift of the hatchback...so helpful when I have my hands full...so much stuff. My faithful 2001 CRV will always be with me and will be used as my 'truck' to haul things. I am such a sentimental soul. As I was driving home from work yesterday (left early so I could Uber to the dealer to pick up the car), I was reminiscing about all the life that has happened in that car...moves to MD and VA, wonderful vacations....then I thought of all my pets who rode in that car....Garth, Beau, Henry, Katie, Walter, Charlotte....all of them took their last ride in that car....bittersweet memories of much-loved and missed babies.