My Friday Thoughts

Another day has come and gone by so quickly.  I thought I would have time to write in my diary earlier today – I did, but the words would not come out.  When that happens, I wait until later in the day.  I got back from another appointment this week at 5:30 PM and DKF, my IRIS hired worker, dropped me off and made sure I got in the building before she went to the Jets hockey game with another client.  My appointment today at 4:45 PM was for my med check for my anxiety, panic, and depression with HL who happens to a nurse prescriber. She is pretty awesome.  I usually do not have appointments so late in the afternoon, but this is one appointment I could no longer hold off and I took what time I could, so I would not miss HL again another month.  In order to make it, DKF worked her schedule around to help me out later this afternoon instead of this morning.  Not having her this morning was strange but accepted with the idea of having some extra time for myself and Bing Crosby the Cat – until 2:30 PM – 3 PM anyway.  It was worth it.  Anyway… my appointment went well, and I was glad to get out of there and home.  At 4 PM I’d rather be home relaxing and getting ready to wind down for the evening before bed.  Today was a little different.  Having appointments late like this do not usually happen.  My next appointment is at 2:30 in February.  Whew.

Now with the evening here, I am glad to welcome the Sabbath and church is just around the corner in the morning.  I do not have a whole lot to say right now except what I have said for the day already.  It was a good day all day long.  A little chilly, but manageable to go out in this afternoon.  I am glad to be home and able to wind down for the night.   I am heading to bed in a few minutes.  I am tired and ready to go to bed.  Good night and God bless.

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