Time has become wibbly wobbly during the pandemic. I went to the dentist today for the first time since the outbreak started. When I did the math on that (over two years), I cringed. Happily, my teeth are fine, but it goes to show how fast things have gone lately. That said, I don't want this much time to elapse again, so I'm adding reminders in to my calendar to schedule dental appointments at the appropriate 6-month intervals.
Here's what else has my attention.
Yesterday, I was out running an errand when I came across an e-cycling event at our local library branch.
We always seem to have a bag of stuff to e-cycle hanging about. It just gets fuller and fuller (seriously, where do all those random cords come from?) until I can't take it hanging in our closet anymore. Then, we have to figure how to squeeze in some errands that include dropping this annoying bag off. Sadly, there is no e-cycle location close to us.
That is why I was so happy to see this event pop-up. I finished my errand, ran home, and grabbed the e-cycle bag. Then all I had to do was walk a block to the truck, thank the people running the event, and I was done. No errand planning. No squeezing something in to an already busy day. No getting more and more annoyed that the cords are somehow multiplying behind my back. Just a quick trip down the street and I was done. This made my day.
What random thing made your week a little bit better?
Our kiddo was home yesterday and today with a runny nose. We need to have a doctor clear her before we can return to daycare. Luckily, our pediatrician's office does same day sick visits. I am forever grateful that that is an option for us.
Here's what else was good in my week:
Now that I've finished the hard work of coding our new webpage, I almost feel lost. (That project was with me for MONTHS.) Our semester is winding down and we're getting ready to move buildings so a remodel of our current space can happen. That means I don't want to take on any major projects this month. So, I think I am declaring December "Admin and Mini Projects" month. Still productive, but nothing too stressful or time consuming.