Today had yet another random surge of tears. Brief but I'm tired of crying. This time it was because of a thermometer cover. I know, not such a sad thing. But it is leftoever from my home health life and that is sad stuff. Because I took the temperature for every patient every day I ran through a lot of probe covers. Sometimes one would break prior to use (the thermometer would go in too hard and rupture it) and those often were shoved in a pocket. That meant that I often had a cover or two floating around the car or my house since they are easy to drop without noticing.
And I left Dr. Mind completely confused. First we discovered I did not have any recollection of homework given last time. Then he had me do something there but even though I asked I didn't ask well enough to determine whether I'm supposed to do something with this now, or just over time. Which means I may well be showing up with no clue about homework again, this time being really special since I have a whole page of writing. I thought I knew what he meant when I left but I was wrong.
Oh well. Gotta "make supper". I got distracted after getting home at 7:30 and meant to make a sandwhich but the bread is frozen so time to reheat something. If you ever need an easy, cheap, hard to damage, fairly nutritious meal might I recommend pierogies with pasta sauce.
Actually, I'm bored with what I make. Maybe someone has an idea. What I've been eating is a lot of mac&cheese with tuna and peas in it (microwave prep); boxed stuffing, canned chicken, mushroom soup and a veggie mixed together (also microwaved); pierogies; frozen dinners; frozen pizza; tuna helper. I also eat a lot of fresh fruit, cereal, sandwiches, junk food, and um, something I forgot. I am not with it enough to use the stove top and using the oven is nerve-wracking. As produce gets fresher I'll be eating more and more of that. I have a George Foreman grill that I can probably use safely and a crockpot. I have an attenion span for preparation that is extremely limited but am pretty good at substituting frozen vegetables for fresh when needed. If you have any ideas that is on that level of preparation I'd love to hear them, especially since this is food stamp shopping week.
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