I'm working my once a month 3 hour Saturday shift today. So far, 2 of my patients have no-showed, but I have to be here anyway cause we do allergy shots and testing, too.
Yesterday was a bit crazy, as Fridays tend to be. I had to spend a bit of time explaining to a lovely 89 year old woman that the localized pain, low grade fever, and body aches she had after her tetanus shot was not an allergic reaction. Her response was that she's not likely to need another one, so she wasn't going to worry about it!
Lat night we went to see The Who at Fenway Park. They were in great voice and did not move like men in their mid 70s. They played with an orchestra for part of the show, which was really nice. Roger Daltrey said that Boston would always be special to him, because his voice was saved here by a doctor from Mass General Hospital. He did sound great. It got a little chilly out and I was glad I had my fleece jacket. The concert ended before 10 PM, which was a good thing since the band and most of the attendees are senior citizens, . We had dinner before at a big food hall that had stalls from several restaurants in Boston, serving a few selections from their restaurant menus. I had some great vegetarian tacos. Fiance went with chicken parm.
Joe-have fun at the wedding!
Tweety-I was wondering if you would get another dog at some point. Will you get another Italian greyhound?
Stars-Happy Birthday to Nannie! Don't overdo the domestic goddess stuff!
J22-That's strange about the "suspicious package". Glad it was nothing serious. Hope your pain is better.
Herring-Glad the plumbing issue is finally resolved.
Hi to everyone else who stops by. Hope all have a good weekend.