Another crummy day at work--I'm not sure why we're so busy right now. It seems that things are slowing down at doctors' offices and clinics, but the hospital cultures (we do work for dozens) are just crazy at the moment. Here's hoping that everyone gets healthy for the holiday and can be home with their family and friends!
Despite the crummy day, things started looking up as soon as I left work. I ran by the grocery store so I wouldn't have to go again this week, and as I was checking out, the clerk (she was a little older, and I hadn't seen her before) actually carded me! She asked me, "Do I need to card you?" I laughed and said it was up to her, but there was no need. She said, "I'd better card you." And she did! I told her she made my day. (By the way, Shane, Martin's is having a really good sale on butter...I know that you love it so!)
Then on the way home, I saw another Mustang coming my way in the opposite lane. It was black with silver stripes--mine is grey with black stripes. The guy flashed his headlights and waved as we passed. It's always fun to cross paths with a fellow Mustang enthusiast!
Now I'm home and cozy, Ken just got home, and I'm looking forward to a nice evening. Oh, the other night we finished our "Star Trek" DVD's, and there really wasn't much on last night, so we started our "Sopranos" DVD's. The very first episode, and I was lovin' it. Ken said, "So do you see why I was hooked from the very beginning?" YES! What a show. I didn't start watching until Ken and I started dating, so I missed probably the first three seasons--I'm really looking forward to watching all the early episodes. Already I'm getting to see some people who were killed off before I started watching, like Big Pussy and Tony's mom. Tony Soprano has to be one of the most iconic figures in the history of entertainment. Have I mentioned that I love this show?
(By the way, as I was tagging this post, I was getting ready to tag it with Big Pussy. I decided that would probably be a bad idea.)