March 6th, 2011

Dead Dog Cat

#19, 20

What with taking a day of mostly downtime, I managed to finish reading two books, yesterday (yes, I'm always reading more than one book at a time, so occasionally I'll finish two in quick succession).

The first book I read was off the Ematic reader, and it was Osprey Men-At-Arms #87: Napoleon's Marshals. The history of the rank as well as a list of these super-generals with illustrations made this an interesting read for me.

Secondly, I completed reading another book by an author I've mentioned recently. This was My Life in the NYPD: Jimmy the Wags ostensibly by James Wagner, but in small lettering is added "with Patrick Picciarelli". It's chock full of anecdotes about Wagner's time in the department, and ruminates on some of the political issues of his time there. It has some historical interest.
Dead Dog Cat

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Yesterday was a real weekend day. But not.

Because we had so much planned for Friday night, even though it didn't all come to pass, I chose to not stop at one hospital where I had no patients, but some charts to do some dictations. I figured that I could stop in for a couple of hours on Saturday and get it all finished. So, that's what I did. I dictated a couple of discharge summaries, and then headed home. I admit, I was in no rush to get out the door, though, and I didn't get started until almost noon.

When I got home, my beloved was feeling under the weather, and she wanted me to sit near her while she napped, so I did, and finished reading a couple of books. As the day wore on, and she felt a little better, we got ourselves prepared, and drove to Burbank, to help in the celebration of themodeinliz's birthday. We met up with the party crowd at Bistro Provence in Burbank, and the company was lots of fun. Best wishes on the upcoming year, Liz!

Dungeonmaster tonight! It should be a great episode!