Just checking in!
I don't think that poor groundhog was the only one confused by mother nature! We were all played for fools!
Update: I wanted to attend summer college courses but through some miscommunication, I won't be starting until the fall. I already got my grants and as soon as registration opens up, I'll be registering and possibly even taking a tour of the campus and speaking to the disability department about what help they can give me.
ION: One of the plusses of living in this place is that if you should suddenly start feeling sick, the nurse are right there to take your vitals and determine if a trip to the ER is neccesary. This happened twice this week. The first time, I started feeling really weak and dizzy. The nurse came into access me and told me it was just dehydration. Then today, I my heart started racing and I felt like i might fall over which is hard on me because i was trying to walk my dog. Thankfully, after the med aid took my pulse she just gave me a xanax and sent me back to bed.
I think today was kind of stemming from the walk i took to walmart yesterday to get my new glasses. To begin with its a long walk for anyone because we have to go all the way down to the cross walk, and back up the street to get to the walmart. It's a challenge even more me, through in the fact that it was kind of hot outside, and it all equals major fatigue and being out of breath.
I'm pretty sure I've said this before, but we really could use a crosswalk right in front of the building. Too many of the elderly living here jaywalk across because they can't walk that far and two people have been killed before because they were hit by cars. It's been brought to the attention of the pople in city hall by the higher ups that run this establishment, but they were told by the city that a cross walk wasn't necessary.
Sorry for the rant, but it's just been a major PITA for everyone that lives here.
The baby bat cried out in fright, "Turn on the night, I'm afraid of the light!" -
Last edited by Dark Angel 27; 03-22-2017 at 12:07 AM.