Work is about to become insanely busy, between testing the new version of our LMS to be installed in October, creating training materials for the entire system, and an internal customer project I’ve been “hired” to manage, the rest of 2006 promises to keep me on my toes. I’ll try not to let this affect my blogging time too much.
Mazzy is doing well. She had her drain tube removed on Friday and, today, I took her back to the vet to have her bandages removed. Now I can see the stitches from both her spaying and tumor removal. Poor thing looks like Frankenstein. I haven’t seen the vet since before her surgery last Wednesday, but I am assuming that Mazzy must be healing as expected because the tech told me today I could go ahead and schedule an appointment to have her stitches removed next week.
I wonder how long it will take her tummy fur to grow back. Although, in this heat, she may prefer the shaved look.
This weekend I’ll be holed up in my house trying to get the programs done for our charity hockey game on the 24th. Nothing like waiting until the last minute. Hopefully the team coordinators will have all the bios to me by then.
I’m not sure what the deal is. This is the 3rd year we’ve held this event and I’m not sure if people just don’t care anymore or what. No one seems to be hyping it up. No one wants to do anything to help (not entirely true, there’s a few, but I’m whining and it’s more dramatic if I say NO ONE). Everyone just wants to show up and have fun. But there is soooo much that has to go on behind the scenes for that to happen. What good does it do to meet and come up with all these great ideas of how to bring in more money if there is no follow through? And I don’t have the energy to pick up the extra tasks. There’s no time now anyway.
I have a meeting with my design team tomorrow morning that I am just barely prepared for. And I’m afraid to go to sleep now because I suck at waking up with the alarm. I hate when I do this.