He is feeling much better. He was never really sick, but now I see the difference, because this morning he woke me up with song and galloping, which was very nice. I rewarded him by giving him his pill and his eyedrops, which he loves. Soon he gets to go visit that nice Dr Martin again, but hopefully he won't bite him on the finger like last time. Dr Martin, not Mal. Ahahahaha! Okay. Dr Martin explained to me very carefully that antibiotics are for infections, which Mal has, but he didn't know I am a nurse. He also gave me the old fisheye when I assured him Mal and I would have no trouble with the pills every morning, and we haven't! Although I did find myself wishing I'd remembered the electrical tape, that last time at Wal Mart.
Heh. I'm just kidding, LJ. Bungee cords work much better! Nurses know these things!
All right, let's have a writing round up, shall we?
This year I wrote
I also managed to lose a beta, which was v. sad, and to find some new approaches to the beta process myself, although you maybe can't tell from my dwnoga posts. But that's because it's still this year! Next year I resolve to be much nicer! Well, I thought I might give it a test flight, anyhow. We'll see. Being nice is much less fun. Me and myself might have to compromise on that one.
Yup! That's it.
Now I'm going to tackle the grommets again, never mind, and then I suppose, dinner. The guys from downstairs have been shooting off fireworks randomly all day, so I know there'll be a concert later tonight. Yay, 2006! 2005 wasn't bad at all, but I always love the new year, new beginnings, all that. Next year, I resolve to:
Start up a yoga class.
Pass my oncology cert.
Survive my first year of grad school (I don't think that's asking too much).
Can do! Twelve months, plenty of time. :)
Happy New Year, LJ!