Boy, Is It New

Four postings at once is getting mighty confusing, but it seems it is a case of little alternative. (May anyone, everyone manage to follow it all.)  It’s a matter of bringing up four of the forms, adding a date to each and hoping it all turns out right.  It doesn’t help things a bit to have life all jumbled as well.  Routines are easy to record if only the details are variable.  Then it’s just a matter of composition and trying to include variables that seem important. If more than that is changed, it’s a case of not knowing which way one is going. 

It’s Wednesday. The only thing anticipated first thing in the morning was a friendly visitor around 6:30 p.m.  Homemaker aide isn’t due any longer.  Mid-morning it was recalled the blood pressure taking nurse’s monthly visit was in a couple of hours.  Since she might also know a few things about available medical resources, this time that was more important than usual.  Since tomorrow’s inspection does include changing the heating and air conditioning unit filter, it was a good idea to mention that the buttons stick in the office. 

So, the lobby trip included chat in the basement with the nurse as possible and chat in the office, which did not as of then come up with the rent receipt, but which did take all of the personal signs off the bulletin board and print them up; yours truly has a nice sign now. Thanks went to the secretary.  Maintenance came to look over the buttons.  The friendly visitor showed up at 4:30 p.m.  Scooter re-charging is to be taken care of as soon as possible, meaning late into the evening, never mind supper. 

Some changes are for the better. 

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2 Comments

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2 responses to “Boy, Is It New

  1. Barbara Clough aka AmberANN

    Nice to have a good day.x

    • Hi, Ann!

      Thanks, as usual, for commenting..

      Yes, good days are nice. Since good things happened, although unexpected, it was good. The thing is, I can’t move fast enough for the unexpected any more. 🙂

      Carolyn

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