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Busy Ginger Is Busy

I had therapy yesterday. No worries. It was just my monthly visit. Things were kinda wonky there. The computer system went down for one receptionist before it went down for EVERYONE. There were therapists complaining their computers were frozen and secretaries complaining that they couldn’t schedule anyone. Patients were also complaining because there was no way to check everyone in.

Debbie ran a little late calling me back, but that had nothing to do with the computer situation. She ALWAYS runs late. I think it’s a Social Worker thing.

I was a little more anxious than usual. I still get nervous seeing Debbie, even after knowing her since my freshman year of high school. She’s been my therapist for almost a decade, which is the longest I’ve ever seen a therapist & I worry sometimes that one day she will leave or something. I used to expect therapists to drop me all the time.

I actually worry about that sort of thing with anyone—doctors, therapists, friends, family. I feel like I always have to be prepared because people leave me so easily. It makes it a wee bit harder for me to trust people. I guess everyone has their baggage.

I went to the pool a few hours ago. I did some walking & other exercises for about thirty minutes. When I got out, I was a little sick/overheated. Standing out in the rain helped some. Then, like a lot of people in Alabama, I voted. Unlike most, I voted Democrat.1

My leg still hurts from exercising on Sunday. It’s gotten a little better since I got out of the pool this afternoon. I think it is just an overuse sort of thing, since it is just achy pain and not injury pain. The muscle just feels tired.

Oh, and I’m still smiley about other things from Sunday.2 But I just want to say that even with the injury and even if Leo hadn’t won his first Oscar, Sunday was a good enough day that my mood is still like really good. Happiness for multiple days at a time is weird for me, so I’m celebrating that. 

I may go work on organizing clothes & books in my room some. I’m not even dreading it if I do because, like I said, I’m in a good mood. 


  1. To paraphrase Sheldon Cooper paraphrasing Spock: Live long and suck it, GOP. 

  2. I am being deliberately vague here. 

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Janet Morris

I'm from Huntsville, Alabama. I've got as many college credits as a doctorate candidate, and the GPA of some of them, too. I have a boss by the name of Amy Pond. She's a dachshund. My parents both grew up in Alabama.

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