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Saturday, February 16, 2013

Finished my move-in yesterday. The furniture was in storage for probably 10 years and man was it dusty and nasty. So, my office mate and I spent a couple of hours cleaning and cleaning and then scrubbing the daylights out of all the furniture and artwork. The maintenance guys came by in the afternoon to hang the pictures and coat rack. I bought a new hanging Wandering Jew basket that's on my desk, on top of a container to raise it up. I don't think we can get away with haning anything from the ceiling (dropped ceiling tiles).

My visit with the surgeon went well. The baby doc who came in first was so nice and caring, I was impressed with him. My doc said he'd be comfortable with just 10 more pounds off to do the reversal. I told him I'd need to wait until December if things go well with the job. The cases I abstract are done on an annual basis and the year ends the end of December. I was thinking of straddling the last 2-3 weeks of Dec. and the first few weeks of Jan. to get it in. That way I meet the maximun number of days away (I'm limited to 42 days) with room to spare on each year. I'll have to be as close as I can and not fall behind on abstracting to make it work.

Hubby is off this weekend so we're trying to get a bunch of things done. I've got a ton of shopping to do so better get off.

Oh, the weight at the surgeon was 234. Not bad. Not bad at all.
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    It sounds like you are planning everything pretty well. I'll bet your new office space is looking pretty good now. I had that experience, scrubbing old wood furniture. it ended up a lot lighter!

    Thanks for writing.

    ns Team
    1801 days ago
  • COOP9002
    Hope the rest of your weekend goes well. Blessings
    1801 days ago
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