I slept about 2 hours in the bed last night and was awake at 10am so decided to run errands and come back and sleep before the movie. We'd had a dusting of snow and a lot of it was being rained away, but when my first step on the ramp crunched, I stopped and then calmed down. I carefully purposely crunched the next two steps. Got the trash and recycling out, got my labs done*, and had lunch at Olive Garden. Clearly, gimpy people like Olive Garden better than they do Red Lobster. They're sister restaurants and here they're separated by a dumpster area. All the OG handicapped spots were full and none of the RL were. I debated whether a spot near a general-use curb cut was closer than one of the RL's and decided it was. (And yes, we probably have to include age in gimpiness.) There was a beautiful black woman with a shaved head who had cheekbones like Velma and reminded me of her. By the time I left OG, the snow and rain were gone.
I came home and slept and got up in time to put shoes and a sweater on and headed out for the theatre. The Coraline review will come next. We had a good time and after missing each other for hot beverages, I came home. I'm skipping everything today but these three posts and the bead board and I'll catch up tomorrow.
*I now have four doctors ordering the same liver labs. I had to have extra tubes and Kaiser has to run the damn things four times (although it's interesting seeing the minor variations from the same stick). I understand that the only way the software notifies them is if they each order them, but this is really overboard. I have about half the liver labs back (all fine), none of the specialist labs, but I did get the Lipid Panel back and everything is where it should be.