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The easiest way to avoid regrets is to ask yourself this question, "If not now, when?" It's a powerful way to put life and our decisions about how we spend our time into perspective"
Sent off the email to the old clinic. Feeling sort of nauseous, wondering how it's going to land. I did get a quick response from the head of the whole hospital's Infectious Disease Division (ie runs the HIV clinic but is over the whole hospital and is the go-to when there is a community threat of some new infectious disease of any kind threatening the area). He said he would consult with his colleagues and get back to me. Said it would probably be next week. Have to get my mind set that I will be ok either way even though things at my current job took a worse turn today. None of us will have a space of our own. We will sign up for rooms to see patients and won't even have a cubicle that is just ours with our stuff...personal stuff like purse, phone, coffee cup; work stuff like workbooks, etc. We'll just land where we land. I need a quiet space that's just mine at times during the day. I will do the best I can do. There would be no more moving around the hospital and there is no place to go in the community that would pay anywhere close to what I'm making now....so I will have to make this work if the IDC doesn't open up to me. I can do whatever I have to do.
Charlie is making a good adjustment to his new food
Ate on plan today until I got home from the practice and weighed...some gain of 4 pounds which I don't deserve. Answer? Eat peanut butter on two pieces of bread. GADS!
Cooler weather...lower 80s this weekend and no rain!
Much to be grateful for.