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143/365 - Oh man.




143/365 - Oh man.





This is the only photo I took of myself Thursday. It was a hell of a day. I think this expression accurately describes my feeling throughout the day.

Woke up, showered, threw some clothes on, headed out the door to take Lady to the sketchy looking vet down the street. Wednesday she decided she wanted her own fireworks show, so she chewed through a cord that was plugged in, and shocked herself. She has a big burn on the side of her mouth. So I get outside, and it's pouring. So I have to carry Lady and the umbrella and get down there. Well, the place opens at 1pm, so I figure, no one will get there before me. Seriously, my bedroom is almost as big as this Vet's entire office. I get in there, and somehow, some woman got in there with her cat before me. It's 12:55! Damn. Waiting room with no air conditioning for 20-30 minutes. I have to leave for work at 2:30, so I start getting a little antsy, I'm not sure what he's going to do with Lady, and I'm worried about being late.

I go into the exam room, and honestly, the vet had to be in his 80's. Holy cow. So he checks her out, says there's not much we can do about the burn, just keep an eye on it. She needs some shots updated, so he goes ahead and does those. First shot in the back of her neck, she shrieks like a banshee. Second shot in her butt, she pees on the doctor and shrieks like a banshee. I ask him about her back right leg, she's been babying it for at least a week. Her knee pops out of place sometimes.

Ok, it's $45 for the visit. It occurs to me I brought no money, no checkbook, and this guy doesn't take cards. So I ask if I can run across the street to get cash. No problem. Grab Lady, the umbrella, it's still pouring. I run over to this little news/convienence store, and I hold her up in the doorway, the owner waves me in. As soon as I get in the store, the owner snatches up Lady and takes her behind the counter and coddles her, saying, "Oh look at you! You're such a little shit! You're so cute, you little shit!" I get to the ATM, pull out my wallet, and realize my card isn't even in my wallet. WHAT? It occurs to me it's in a different pair of jeans back home. So I get Lady back off of the store owner, and run up back home. Lady the whole time is fighting me to walk, but I can't let her down because she'll get soaked and I don't have time to dry her and she'd freeze if I didn't. Get in the house, find my debit card, look at the clock and realize it's already 2. So I change into my work clothes, grab all my stuff, and run back out the door. Back down to the store to get cash and an apple juice to break my $20. The owner looks at me and says, "Were you just in here with a little dog? You look different!" Of course I do, I abandoned the dog, changed my clothes, pulled my hair up, and switched umbrellas. Run over to the vet, give the guy the money, appologize for taking so long, then run back to the bus stop.

End up making it to work an hour early, oh well. Suddenly, there's 4 managers scheduled on a 2 manager night. One is training, and one hasn't been on our property in a while, so I volunteer to go home early, but I get veto-ed. The other manager that knows what's going on, has to come in early tomorrow to drive the shuttle. Suck.

New manager keeps talking to me about how he's going to change everyone not listening and not doing their jobs. I smile and agree, humoring him. Seriously, the employees are never going to listen. They're just going to rebel against him.

I'm no good at training people, I want everything done my way, and new people don't understand that. I don't think he learned much from me. I have way too much OCD to tell other people how to do something, and then watch them not do it the way I tell them.

Everybody seems to be short, I feel like every cashout I do has a million mistakes and missing money.

There's not a lot of people out for a Thursday, they must've all gone out Wednesday for the fourth. I start sending people home. One kid says, "I don't want to go home." What? Come on! So I set up the exits, and I sit in my chair and wait for 2am. 1:30, the garage is empty, so I call up the extra cashier, so I can get that out of the way. Just as I'm finishing up this cashout, it's 2:05, and the cops in the other lot are complaining there aren't enough exits open. So I've got to run up money so they can open another exit. People are just standing around, blocking traffic on the entrance to the lot. I honk, I get yelled at. The cops are standing around, when they should be doing crowd control. By the time I get back to the other exit, get the cashier in there, the line has died down considerably (as I knew it would), and the extra exit only does 20 cars. Thanks cops, for making my night unnecessarily longer.

By the time all the work gets done, it's 3:45am. This was supposed to be an easy, early night. Ugh.











The stroller is out!




The stroller is out!





We have finally used the stroller with just one day shy of Lucy's
seven week birthday. We have enjoyed using the Ergo Baby Carrier and
the recent addition of the Maya Wrap. But today I have my follow-up
doctor's appointment and I can't hold her the entire time. So
finally... out came the stroller. So far, so good.

What's not good is my mix-up! This week is full of doctors
appointments. Yesterday I overslept and made it to her ENT at
precisely one hour after the 10 am appointment, the grace period the
staff gave me.

Well, I should have called this morning. I fed her at 5 and thought I
can sleep from 6 to 7. For some reason, I had it in my head that my
appointment was at 8:30. That would give me enough time to pump and
drive over to GWU. I kept hitting the snooze and woke up at 7:56
instead! No time to pump! I'm glad we had the stroller set up and the
diaper bag ready. How can I have a breast exam with full breasts? Who
would schedule new mothers to arrive first thing in the morning?

Well, they don't. When I arrived, I told the check in that I was a
half hour late. She asked my name and said, you aren't supposed to be
here until 11:15. I also asked her the date. Was it the first or the
thirty-first? She looked down at her calendar and back up at me. She
said, June doesn't have thirty-one days. You're all out of sorts. Yes,
I am. I think it's called exhaustion.

Yesterday when I arrived at the ENT, the check-in person asked me if I
had any hope. I told her that I did, but as soon as I found it, my
body broke down. I'm pretty much exhausted and I've had a few little
physical quirks that usually show up when I've pushed it just a tad
too far. That doesn't include the new swath of white hair I found
along my part.

I found hope on Monday when I had nothing to do/no where to go for the
first time in a few weeks. Sunday just seemed like the beginning of an
action-packed week with back to back doctors appointments. We have our
final check-up in the morning at 9:30 and then we leave the parking
deck and head straight to NC. So maybe in my exhausted despair on
Sunday, I mentally rescheduled today's appointment.

But during Monday's relaxed state, I realized the more relaxed I am,
the more relaxed Lucy is. Finally our feeding seemed to click. We have
a routine of bottles at night and nursing during the day. It's worked
out pretty well so far. Although all of the snacking and earlier
bedtimes added an additional nightly feeding. Two nights this week,
she was up at 2 and 5. Not so great for Mama.

But last night, she was back to one. Yesterday we were out all day
with errands after the appointments. I had to drive from Tenleytown to
87 Florida NW. As soon as I started driving, she lost it. I don't
think she has ever cried that much. When I finally arrived and removed
her from her car seat, she looked like she had been to battle. Her
face was completely scratched up with blood stains. Plus her gums were
gushing. She had ripped her face to shreds. Inadvertently by not
letting her snack all day, she ate a few large meals before bed. She
slept from 12 until 5. Hallelujah! Now if I just didn't have an early
morning doctors appointment...









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