Here’s what happened in my life over the past week:
- On Monday I called again to the clinic that had told me to call this week and talk to Tracy or whatever her name was. Tracy was not helpful; she said that I couldn’t see the nurse practitioner because I’m “connected” to a family doctor. I reiterated multiple times that I will not be seeing him again, but she still thinks I’m “connected.” I asked what I’m supposed to do without a primary care provider, but I’m still “connected.” I asked how I could get get “unconnected”, but apparently I can’t. It’s like some funky fungus that you just can’t get rid of. Maybe I should start saying my GP died; would that be sufficiently unconnected? He’s on the older side, and there’s this whole COVID thing…. one can hope, right?
- Peanut potato has finally stopped chewing the cage bars when he’s expecting food. Now he gnaws on the doorway of his hidey house, which is better for his teeth and quiet enough that I don’t worry about it bothering the neighbours.
- I happened to see that an asshole I used to indirectly work with now has a leadership role in a provincial nursing association. Curious what else he’s up to, I turned to Google and Google Images. Two photos out of the top row shown on Google Images were from websites outing cheaters; one had cheatalert displayed across the middle of the photo. I knew him to be an asshole for different reasons, but it’s kind of nice to see that someone who thinks he’s very special is now very quickly identifiable as not so special. I normally wouldn’t think that’s a very cool thing to do, but in this case, I’ll make an exception.
Unfortunately, I can’t make this affiliate-linked image any bigger, but apparently these “Amazon leggings”, aka “butt-crack leggings”, have gone viral on TikTok. They enhance the boo-tay by shoving ruching up your butt crack, as if wearing a thong wasn’t already butt floss enough. I’ll stick to my über-comfy maternity leggings instead, thank you very much. And no, I’ve never been pregnant; maternity leggings are just the way to go.
How has your week been?