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yesterday's rundown:

- caught late night somach bug
- called in sick
- discovered this was a valuable opportunity to get back on track
- wrote out bills (!!!!)
- went to bank
- got thank you cards etc.
- got packing tape, various packing supplies
- stopped by the house and deposited some baking soda traps for the moisture that had built up while the AC was off
- attended peril_book_club
- basically got my to-do list back into some kind of order

i am sure that yesterday kicked my coworker's asses, but on the whole it meant alot to me to take control. i still feel really, really, really overwhelmed with the house-related and moving-related to do lists, to which of course you can add the spectre of shiny new employment and all the legwork that will be related to that... will i be able to keep going to my shrink? my dentist? what about the seemingly ten thousand little physical things going wrong with me right now??

the latest: i have what feels like a nubby bone spur on the palm side of my left ring finger knuckle. it hurts. i am hoping it's just some little cyst that will go away. but at this point i'm managing pain like a champ in several directions anyways so whatever! when can i go to the doctor, right? if it's still hurting thursday i'll say screw it and go to the patient first.



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Aug. 31st, 2004 08:30 pm (UTC)
Put a band aid or two around your finger where it hurts, maybe even some gauze to help cushion it. It should help.

And house stuff is always overwhelming it will pass, don't let it take the fun and joy out of it. :-)

Aug. 31st, 2004 08:42 pm (UTC)
It's not on the finger, but where the finger bone extends into the palm. I made Jack touch it yesterday and he was like, ew! It has lots of natural cushioning in the palm area. I'm not sure how I could bandage it withough comprimising typing. :P
Sep. 1st, 2004 12:14 pm (UTC)
Hrm...*sigh* I had friends who had similar things, caused from drumming excessivly, they said the lack of pressure on it for a little while helped it go away. Maybe soak your hand in some epsum salts and warm water.
Sep. 1st, 2004 01:16 pm (UTC)
thanks for the tip :) i was hoping someone had maybe heard of SOMEthing like this!
Aug. 31st, 2004 09:05 pm (UTC)
You're too young to be breaking down. Get your warranty checked! :)
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