oh! someone got it to work. WHEE!!
'Objects In Space'
Natter 77: I miss my friends. I miss my enemies. I miss the people I talked to every day.
Off-topic discussion. Wanna talk about corsets, duct tape, butt kicking, or physics? This is the place. Detailed discussion of any current-season TV must be whitefonted.
New Natter! Great new name!
ETA: Woo Hoo! Top 5!
Gud remains our hero!
My meeting today (that I was doing my tasks for, so I could report them) was cancelled. SO, yeah I stopped doing work.
I have done planning work for Disney trip in Jan. I am now working out a calendar to get tested 14 days before travel and be on tight tight lockdown before travel and upon return. Also looking at getting a face shield. Also going to do some trial packing of a bag to carry in the parks of wipes and extra masks.
I am now going to finish that work from yesterday and send updates to the boss and Big boss, then take another break and do some research on dressing recipes and make a grocery list.
And ouch, the name is perfect.
My first chuckle of the day, Rick Scott has Covid. Well deserved. I can't believe my fellow citizens ever voted for this crook.
Tim's Covid test update: because Ohio's curve is basically a vertical line, all the CVSs and Walgreens that are doing Covid test appointments are fully booked. I suggested he call his PCP, because if they're doing Covid tests, he probably wouldn't need an appointment per se -- they could probably fit him in to have a nurse do the test.
Tim talked to PCP in person, told him the circumstances around his co-worker testing positive (ie, their work shifts only overlap for 2 hours, Tim's interaction with co-worker was minimal, Tim always wears a mask, co-worker did not wear a mask). PCP said that he doesn't think Tim needs to get tested.
I generally trust Tim's PCP, especially after he caught Tim's busted mitral valve so early. But I'm iffy about this. I agree that Tim's exposure was minimal, but I just feel like the inconvenience of a Covid test is worth it.