March 12th, 2007

Dead Dog Cat

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After an irritating day with work and some household duties, forestcats and I went to Dungeonmaster last night, where we were delighted to find that a couple of Old Guard made an appearance, including Nathan Neissler, who now is in college on the East Coast, coming back for the holiday and the opportunity to play in the show. In addition, Suki, spouse of peters_privates, was in town, visiting from her home in St. Louis. We were persuaded to go out to dinner afterwards, which dinner was interupted once or twice by pages from work.

DM was delightful in that one of the audience members threw a spell that pulled onstage two of our regular audience who never submit their names to go onstage, and use them to open some trapped chests. The two women were delighted, and now they'll NEVER submit their names, since they've finally gone onstage. Isn't that right, squeakytina?
Dead Dog Cat

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Yesterday, I managed to finish reading a newly released novel by David Weber and Linda Evans called Hell Hath No Fury, a sequel to the previous book, Hell's Gate. The saga continues with many characters, and complex political and military machinations, and I enjoyed it very much. I'll be watching for the next novel in the series.
Dead Dog Cat

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Today was the first full day of duty in the office. I've spent a few hours here and there in the weeks previous, but not a full day's duty. I had fifteen patients to see, which isn't really a lot, but for this early in my career here, it's not half bad. Four of them followed me from my old office; two were among those that I'd alread seen once, and two had freshly arrived from my old practice. I'm pleased at the steady growth of work. Pretty soon, I'll see how my February numbers looked, and then it's onwards and upwards.

In other news, I dumped another book, this being The Catalans by Patrick O'Brian. Just didn't pull me in, and I have plenty else to read.