I saw the Plastic Surgeon on Monday. Let me tell you about my day, as it was rather bizarre from the time I woke up, right up until the day ended.
First, I never set my alarm clock, because my own internal clock is far more accurate as any clock in my house. But for whatever reason, I decided to set it last night. I’ve been so tired with this cold that I thought it was prudent.
You guessed it. The alarm literally sounded and woke me up out of a dead sleep! I jumped up, took a quick shower, made some coffee and off I drove toward my cousin’s house.
I called my sister, and while I was talking to her I saw a beautiful Doe near the highway’s edge. She was blowing her hair dry but I yelled “No Bambi! Turn away from the traffic and run, little Bambi, run!”
Fortunately, I did not see if Bambi did or didn’t and that is just fine for me. I think I would rather not know.
A little further down, a fender bender accident. I couldn’t help but think that that would be a really crappy way to start ones day.
As I entered the Everett Turnpike, I noticed a van coming down an on ramp going a little too fast, and you guessed it, he rolled the van off the road and over a time or two into a ditch.
Needless to say I was getting a little spooked by all the accidents. However, I simply kept going and was very careful as I drove.
I picked up Janet and she drove the rest of the way into Boston. We saw two more accidents, and a major detour because they had dug up the road. Oh yes, and there was the tropical like rain storm that we had too!
I saw the doctor and will have more surgery on November 11th and really the doctors appointment only lasted about 15 minutes.
Then we headed back to her place, stopping at a 5 Guys Burger and Fries for lunch.
We also started to see more wildlife. Turkeys! I am talking really big birds! Between her house and mine I think I saw at least a dozen.
Finally when I pulled into my home at 4 PM, there were the best beasts of all! My four fury friends!
Ah yes, it is so good to come home!