Short and sweet. Just like me.
It is past 9:30. I should be turning in soon. Tomorrow will be a long day.
I had my doctor's appointment this morning. My knee is nearly 100% better. Just two days ago, it was very difficult for me to walk, and forget about taking the stairs. Now I can take the stairs with little or no difficulty. The doctor still gave me a prescription for ibuprofen, not the wussy over the counter stuff. This is apparently much more powerful. I will let you know.
After work, I went to my Toastmasters meeting. We had two speakers, so we had an actual competition for best speaker. One speech was about the insignias of the Canadian Armed Forces from a member thereof. Very interesting. The other speech was from a brand-new member. He is a native of Botswana, and he talked a bit about what it was like to grow up there. He had four homes.
I drove home and got here around 7:45. Newbie and Cindy greeted me, wanting food. Patricia greeted me, eating food. I didn't have any food. Made me sad.
Patricia told me an hour or so ago about the toaster. I don't know why we go through so many toasters. They are not overly used, but they stop working after maybe a year if we are lucky. I will probably go to the department store next to my work and get a new one. They're going out of business and everything is marked down, so I should be able to get a deal.
Tomorrow will be busy because after work, I will be going to Bedford to attend the 80th birthday party for Ronnie Roberts, the legendary CJCH broadcaster. I have only met the man once, at Clive Schaefer's funeral, and I look forward to seeing him again, and perhaps rub elbows with a bunch of other jocks I haven't met yet who know who I am. I will have to take extra Blog business cards with me. I will need them. Did I tell you that I ordered 2500 additional cards last week, and that they arrived on Monday? 2500 cards should last me for a couple of years, unless I start putting them in the spokes of my bike or something.
You guys have a groovy evening. I'll see you tomorrow.