San Diego Part II

Yep, I don’t want to hear anymore about the election.  It just makes me want to cry.  Seriously, we deserve nothing we are so stupid.  We deserve a frickin’ dictator.

Okay, I am trying to move past all that.  Went out with some friends tonight to Cafe Zanzibar in San Diego–great little cafe, will probably do breakfast there tomorrow, though sadly by myself.  A bunch of people left today.  The convention center doesn’t open until 10:00 am, which would be great, except it didn’t close tonight until 6:45 pm.  Really, do oncologists have nothing better to do except sit in a convention center until almost 7 pm?  It was pretty dead that last hour. 

Some of the demos I have been doing pretty well, but then I will get the person that tests my knowledge and I realize how little I know about the field.  However, I have been pleasantly surprised how well my feet have held up.  My danish clogs were a good purchase.  I actually wore them out to dinner afterwards instead of changing into sneakers, they still felt good.   I managed to buy gifts for Leif and Rowan, though I really haven’t had much free time.  I found one shop that sold t-shirts with color-changing designs, so that’s what I bought.  I even bought a white (gasp!) tank top and visor for myself, so that when I start running again, I will have something I won’t sweat in as much.  Because believe you me, I think I put on 5 pounds here, we’ve been going out to some fantastic restaurants.  And there’s been some drinks involved as well.  🙂

So tomorrow I am at the convention in the morning and then I leave midafternoon.  I have some misgivings about actually making it home on time though.  I have a 35 minute layover in Chicago and it’s the last flight to Madison.  Wish me luck because I want to see my babies.

Author: ~R

I write about life, people, and the things that interest in me. Which often includes death, sex, friendship, and the future of humanity. I hope for the best in people and I prepare for the worst. But no matter what happens, change is constant and everything will be ok.

2 thoughts on “San Diego Part II”

  1. Yeah, I am bummed about the elections, too. *sigh*

    If there are any problems with your flights and you need a ride from Chicago to Madison, call me, and I will pick you up.

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