Good Morning -
Michael - Holding Montana in warm thoughts and Prayers. I used to give chemo to lots and lots of people when I worked oncology (too many years ago). Never gave the stuff to a 5 year old, though. So, I never had to explain the "actions and side effects" to a little one. Hope the chemo is being kind to Montana; kind in killing the cancer and kind in sparing the worst of the side effects. As for "Mr. Paget". Wish he'd avoid Mr. Michael all together.
Liddle Noodnik - Seems like your closet is like our basement! LOL! We've been saying for about a year, now, that our basement should be cleared out of all this STUFF. Lots of stuff. Clothes, boxes, old computers, old audio and musical equipment that'll never be used. The basement is semi-finished. Well, we would like to "finish" it and make it into some kind of "fun room". Good luck in getting your closet cleaned out. Just think of all the extra space you have once it's cleaned!
Davey Do (Wah Diddy) - Just want to say Hi! So. . . . Hi!
It's 4:48 AM (EST) here. I'm off from work tonight (Sunday night into Monday) and off from work Monday night, too. Yes! The past few work nights have been busy. The second night, especially, was crazy-busy. I work for a teeny-tiny hospital that can see days and days of uneventfulness. Then, BANG! It's off to the races. Interestingly, it was all mostly in the E.R. The teeny-tiny ICU was closed. It's all what makes my teeny-tiny hospital so unique.
As mentioned before, I'm doing a video-taping project at my hospital. We have a Sim-Lab with a Sim-Man. The guy who manages our Sim-Lab and expensive Sim-Man is wanting to create a special video show-casing it all. It should be interesting. The Sim-Lab is small. It's also a bit on the darker side making it not ideal for video-taping. it's going to be a challenge finding room for extra lighting. I hope to do a 2-camera set-up so finding more room for a second camera will be even more challenging. I plan on bringing lots of stuff and will use only what's needed and what can be fitted into the cramped room.
Warmest regards to all who travel here. . .