Yesterday afternoon, my hip pain came back with a vengeance: a deep, angry throbbing in the muscles of my right upper thigh. After a hot bath, I put the heating pad on it for a while and finally went to sleep about midnight. When I woke up this morning, it had faded to a dull… Continue reading sidelined
I missed the Week in Review link-up at Clean Eats, Fast Feets yesterday, because I spent a lot of the weekend trying to rest and recover from last week. I worked 5 days straight. Which is normal for most people, but to someone used to a MWF schedule, it was tough. Monday and Wednesday were… Continue reading weekly update
The last few weeks have been kind of tough for me. Here’s a few things that have been on my mind lately, all from Pictures found on Pinterest.
Linking up with Meghan over on Clean Eats, Fast Feets, so I can feel like I accomplished something last week. Warning: it’s not much. The week before last, I worked 45+ hours in my 3-day-work-week, so I’m still kind of recovering from that. Including Memorial Day (at least that 13 hours was all OT pay.… Continue reading week in review: a semi-vacation week
So, last week was pretty crazy at the new job. In case you don’t know, healthcare in America is regulated by many different organizations/entities. Things are supposed to be done a certain way, and if they’re not…anything from fines to being shut down can result. On the patient side of things, doing things the wrong… Continue reading a side of disaster
Do you ever just want to shake your fist at the sky and scream? (At the sky. Not at God.) That’s really what I feel like doing right now. So much. I thought that finding a new job would mean less drama at work. (Not likely, I know.) But no. I can’t even leave my… Continue reading screaming
You know those days where no one bothers you and you spend the day at peace and not disturbed? Yeah, me neither. I could hang one of these signs around my neck and it would probably burst into flames. I am that disturbed. The Diva isn’t working with me now, so yesterday sucked, although it… Continue reading disturbed