I've been sick. I've been sick since Thursday night, and it's been kinda awful. I haven't been able to keep food down that great, I was totally unsuccessful Thursday night, and Friday morning; and Friday I was able to keep down a bowl of spaghetti noodles. But I'm sure you didn’t want to hear that per se. Certainly won't get people to read this daylog, certainly won't get it upvoted. So, I can comment about the stuff I got at Target for moving into the dorms. I got:

  • a trashcan
  • A tote for my bathroom supplies
  • A tiny broom and dust pan
  • A white board
  • A little metal thing for Post Cards, I can't live without them!
  • Zip ties
  • A lamp
  • Two Reams of printer paper; that's 21 pounds of paper!
  • A notebook in case I have to take notes
  • A monthly planner, in case I have to do homework
  • a surge protector and extension cord
  • A box of kleenex
  • Tape
  • Detergent
  • Fabric Softener, and corresponding ball

Also, you can listen to me complain about getting paperwork done for the school. See, first off, I need records of my immunization as a child against things like Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Diphtheria, and so on and so forth. As a child, my parents moved me, therefore changing my pediatrician; well the second guy was/is a real quack! Right after I stopped going to the man, he moved his office down the street, and went from a private practice to working with the Cleveland Clinic. But what does this have to do with anything? Well, as I said, the school wants a copy of my immunization records, and this quack job… simply doesn’t have them anymore. When the lady on the phone told me this, I almost burst out into tears. This is the kind of thing that doctors are supposed to KEEP!! I guess my records got stuck in storage when he moved, since I wasn’t a current patient, and since I haven't seen him in over ten years, they assumed I'd never come back for the records, so they are in some filing cabinet in Timbuktu. Not only will it take forever to get them, but it might cost me an arm and a leg to get a hold of them, even though it's his fault. But! All hope is not lost. I might be able to get a record from my elementary school. I sure hope they keep that kind of thing, I get to call them on Monday to find out. THEN! Once that is straightened out, I need to reregister myself as a patient of the quack doctor so that he can fill out my paperwork. AND so that he can administer the meningitis vaccination to me, since my general practitioner doesn’t have it on hand, and it will take FOREVER to get it from her. *sighs* the joys of college life are just beginning.

Please pray that it all works out, so far it has been, so something must be going right