Okay, I have to admit, I’ve had haircuts that were more embarrassing and uncomfortable than the test I had done this morning. In all honesty, the ladies I saw this morning have turned disgusting butt exams into an art. I was treated great and everything was arranged so that modesty and comfort came before anything else. I’ve only had one other time in my life when I was treated so well by a medical staff that I felt compelled to write a letter thanking them and that was when I had an MRI about nine years ago. Even so, now that all the tests are complete, can we please fix my butt??? I’m way too young to be having this kind of problem.
Since I was downtown anyway, I went by my friend Pam’s gallery and had a visit with her. It was nice. We haven’t gotten together for months. We went to lunch at a Thai restaurant a few doors down and it was delicious. Made plans for the four of us, DH’s included, to go out to a vegetarian restaurant this coming Saturday.
Driving home, I took a route that goes through the Highlands, a campy area of art galleries and upscale restaurants sandwiched between vintage clothing stores and bicycle shops. Everyone was out on the sidewalks dining at outdoor tables and enjoying the 78 degree weather. The sun was bright and I rolled my windows down and cranked my stereo up. Felt like summer. Daffodils and forsythia are blooming all over the place and the tulip trees are loaded down with heavy pink flowers. I didn’t want to go home so I drove around for a while and did a little shopping at a new Burlington’s that opened this week before I had to go pick up the twins from school.
All in all, a pretty nice day!