Hi, worked a half (more like 3/4) day, to start my stretch off. One of our patients was having trouble with meds, so I had to run out to his house, which added an hour, plus had a staff meeting that started an hour before I usually start. It was about emergency preparedness, how would it affect yourself and family, and what do you think your role at work would be? I thought it was interesting, and I have finally taken to keeping a stock of bottle water, a case of chili, and a big bag of rice on hand. I came home, ate, and ran on the treadmill. I am starting the Couch to 5K app on my phone. You alternate walking and running, gradually increasing the time you run. This first week is run 60 seconds, walk 90 seconds, and its tough! My calves start cramping about 1/2 through. I figure I need some aerobic exercise during the winter. Just about to leave to go pick up dh. His staff is taking his company truck to some sort of buying show, so I will bring him home and he will take his own car for the rest of the week.
I listen to podcasts before I go to sleep: I like "Stuff You Should Know" and "Stuff You Missed in History Class". In the car I usually listen to NPR, or the oldies rock station.
Herring, your insurance friend is like my sister. She sold insurance for a while and likes to tell me all about it, and health care in general. I just say hmm, and let it go.
And with that, I go too.