So this weekend I finally drove a Honda Element. Previously I’d only been able to admire them from afar, but thanks to I-Go I can now drive one anytime I want*. We are moving in just a little over two short weeks (dear lord, help me) and so we are in great need of boxes. A guy who works in my company’s mail room got 27 paper boxes together for me. All I needed to do was rent said Element and pick them up.
My boss is gone at work, meaning that I have more responsibility (why do people keep giving me that stuff?) and am working more hours. We’ve been without her for a week now and nothing has gone awry–but again, it’s only been a week. We shall see how stressed out I am around October 10th (it’s a work deadline for things I don’t feel like explaining and probably wouldn’t make much sense to anyone anyway).
Also, I’ll soon be doing another ultrasound and another spinning doughnut thing (technical term, CT scan). I still have that weird pain every so often and I have a new doctor so she wants to a.) see if any problems have developed since the last tests, and b.) verify previous claims that I have an extra “half-uterus” and may or may not have my left kidney. I would like to have some verification on both, please and thank you.
So that’s about it for me. Not too much terribly exciting going on. But I did spend my weekend killing terrorists with Tim**. And, as I’m sure you all are aware, killing terrorists is always a fun time had by all. Until a shotgun guy sneaks up behind you and plants one in the back of your head.
*to pay for it.
**in the game Rainbow 6 Las Vegas 2, not in real life. So not as exciting as it could be, but I can’t actually die so things balance out.