June 29th, 2001

nanowrimo 2010

A good night's sleep for a change - I plan a day of writing

I slept well last night. I crashed before 22:00 and woke only once around 23:30. I rolled over and went right back to sleep. I slept straight through until around 6:00. Unfortunately I woke tired. I wish I could get rid of this constant feeling of exhaustion.

I dreamed again last night and remembered it. I will record it in baddreams.

I am still trying to contact the neuro-ophthalmologist in Columbia. I got a new name to check out from my cousin. A doctor at an eye clinic in Columbia. Supposedly they have a good deal of heavy duty diagnostic equipment.

I should go to work today, but can't bring my self to do it. I am just way to tired. I am certain I would wind up coming home in the middle of the day.

nanowrimo 2010

After dinner

I spent the day on the phone with various doctor's offices and the Rehab Services for the Blind. I don't know what is going on with my doctor or various groups who are bureaucratically interested in me at the moment. Faxes are flying, forms are in bloom, the winds of change are a-blowin' and I'm confused. I have an appointment 5 July with a neuro-ophthalmologist (at last) and a qualifying appointment with another ophthalmologist (assigned by RSB) to see if I can receive their services.

Things have been hectic all day. I was on the phone for hours trying to get a message to Joe in Seattle whose phone is not working at the moment because he has just moved. A BlueCross/BlueShield wanted to talk to him about an interview. They are flying him in next weekend for techie stuff. I hope it goes well. I've encouraged him to bone up on all the buzz-words and otherwise just relax about it. He is nervous.

Off and running. I've written nothing today. I will try for a while this evening before I turn in for the night. That will be early regardless of my writing success. Tomorrow will be busy with the family reunion. I'm not particularly looking forward to that. Don't expect to see much of me online tomorrow and don't expect any quick responses to e-mail.

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