Went to the doctor. Got my bloodwork done. Or it's getting done, however it works. I was supposed to have a pap done at the same time but I couldn't face that today. Fortunately if I come back to the doctor's in 30 days, I can still get it billed as the same visit and therefore not pay for it. Hurrah for preventative care! I don't care who I have to cut, I'm never going without insurance again.
I went to Target afterwards and got a Crock Pot©. The little 2 quart one we've got isn't cutting the mustard anymore, so I just splurged and bought a real one for $20 that's 4.5 quarts (4.25L). It makes it easier to have food to eat when we get home from work if I just throw it in the Crock Pot. I also got a couple of other things we'd be needing but didn't have the money for - water filters, face wash (regular soap does not work on my facial skin. Thank you, psoriasis.) That sort of thing. The little things that are right above necessities like food, but right below luxuries like new sheets. (We have lots of sheets.)
I need to go renew my driver's license, but I don't want to because they'll want a new picture and I like the old one. Small problems.
It feels like Saturday but I know it's not, because I'm not at work! I have to work this Saturday at the football game, so I'm not exactly thrilled about spending the weekend before my birthday at work. I keep reminding myself it could be worse. Much, much worse.
Brain is ... functioning. My nurse practitioner asked how I was doing and I told her I was about 70% of where I'd like to be, but part of that is the drain from dealing with the idiots at work. Meds are staying the same, but I did get a packet to see if I could get one of them a bit less expensively. That would be nice.
There's a fall festival at the Methodist church I'm attending this Wednesday. I think I'm going to go. I would do the 5k as well, but I think if I did that I wouldn't be able to walk the next day. Stupid arthritis.