So things have gone up and around and there are times you want to just throw up your hands and say, "What next?"
So about a month ago I had my first crown.
Then recently we found out that our cat Felix (the miniature black panther) has a heart murmur. Apparently three out of every six beats. Apparently that doesn't reduce like a fraction, because those were the doctor's words. Mom was encouraging and reminded me that one of our dogs had a heart murmur and lived a healthy life for eight years or so after being diagnosed. We're just going to continue to love Felix and keep our home peaceful and happy.
Mother's Day (yes, that far back) was a fun visit for brunch at my parents. Dad cooked, and I provided tech support including introducing Mom to an RSS reader.
I have been continuing to get to work in the office, so I really can't complain about that. Being back on an 8-hour workday is pretty nice. And when almost everyone else is in the field it's pretty quiet in the office. And when the more senior people don't come in until 10 or 11, then I've got 3 to 4 hours alone to really get stuff done without distraction.
And then Tuesday, when I parked my car, my driver's side window refused to roll up.
Now, about 3 years ago, I was coming home from a long day of drilling: early start and late end. I was driving on a residential road in late twilight, when I saw what looked like newspaper blowing across the road in front of a car going the opposite direction. And then suddenly that newspaper was a deer running in front of my car. I managed to slow down, but still hit the deer kind of hard. It ran off the rest of the way, but I've got a dent in the corner of the bumper, and some minor crumpling of the fender and door.
I guess it's good that the window kept working this long. Now I get to find out how much to fix it.