Nice to see, er, read you, sirI. I feel like my days can be rather mundane, so I live vicariously through others, .
Another overcast, rainy day here, but temps are mild. My talk yesterday went fine. They did not schedule any cushion time between me and the previous speaker, and he ran over. And the mike was a stationary one that you had to be very close to. I didn't feel comfortable to just hold it in my hand; as clumsy as I am I would probably drop it or poke myself in the eye! But the attendees seemed engaged and asked good questions. There were some people there from the county that just had a big measles outbreak (>70 cases) so it was good to hear their prospective. As for public speaking, I wouldn't say I enjoy it, but it does get easier. I worry more about staying on time, and technology failures.
I may have to make a home visit today, to drop off vials for a person to collect sputums, and then pick them up on Monday.
I will confess that I didn't vote when I was 18, but I moved out of the area to go to school and it didn't seem like a big priority. Now of course, I do, but I am amazed at how many people in my community don't even know who their state reps and senators are.
Nannie sounds like she is deteriorating as evidenced by the restlessness and anger. This happened to my father at the end of his life. NSIME, it is good that your hubby has done the legal stuff to protect himself. Would she benefit from any med adjustment?
Okay, back to TB world,