I called the nose doctor. My internist doesn't want to prescribe meds related to my nose since another doctor is treating me post-surgery. I understand the issue, but it puts me in a dilemma because she is much more proactive with early signs of infection. If I wasn't in school, it wouldn't matter, but I am in school and getting to the doctor is a problem. He only sees people on Tuesdays (all day) and Thursday mornings. This conflicts directly with my class schedule. I can at least get to the internist...
The nose doc's nurse is conferring with him and calling me back. We'll see what comes of it. I am alert, and I slept all right last night. I am still blowing up a storm and I have some coughing/drainage. I feel like I'm hanging by a thread.
My participation quotient in church history class this morning was decent, but following some aspects of the discussion was difficult. Much tangential discussion took place, and I don't know how to take notes or hold on to key concepts for the final exam. I should probably read a good church history book. (When will I have time for that, I ask?)
I am skipping chapel and seminary lunch in order to reflect and read. We'll see how much I get done... Stuff to do:
- Foster chapter 3
- Knight chapter 3-4 (catch up from last week
- Journal reflections on discussion with Alexis about teaching and encouraging student participation
- Class at 2:00
- Possible walk with Alexis tonight
- Journal reflections on forgiveness
- 40 or so pages of theology
- Write a small paper in the morning
- Appointment at 11:15
- Appointment with Alexis and pastor at 3:30
- Begin work on transportation ministry
- Church in the evening
- Class in the morning
- Read chapter for theology
- Appointment at 3:00
- Work on history mini-paper (due on Tuesday)
- Read for Monday and Tuesday classes
- Start work on big history paper
If this works, maybe I will get to rest over the weekend a bit. Rest means a bit of housework and lounge in bed with the journal and whatever books I feel like reading.
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