Work has also been crazy lately. Mainly because Dr Jenny was out of town a few weeks ago and we had the worst cover doctor ever! He was a mess. So we've been spending the last few weeks fixing the damage. Basically he made everyone hurt worse when they left then when they came in! Terrible. After he adjusted me I had a migraine for a week! Plus he was super sweaty and clammy. Without asking he cranked our AC down to 67 and was still sweating like a beast! I was freezing and wondering why I was so dang cold when I realized what he had done. You don't work here - don't touch our stuff. But he was clearly very self conscious about the sweaty clamminess cause he would excuse himself several times during an adjustment to go and wash his hands, leaving patients alone lying on the table. Weird. If you have glandular issues maybe you shouldn't choose a profession that requires you to touch people all day. I'm just saying. But my favorite thing of all were the crazy things he said to patients. According to several patients he said, "Hmm I couldn't get your neck to move at all. What does Dr Jenny do?" My personal favorite response to this was, "I don't know, I'm a teachers assistant, you're the doctor!" It was out of control, but at least we got some hilarious stories out of it. And all the patients have been understanding and so though we've been busy, we've also been busy laughing.
I've also been busy sewing and crafting and am super excited that I've already had a few sales on etsy! Hurrah! It makes me feel all successful and stuff... In fact my first sale was to someone in the UK - so I'm like an international sensation or something. Anyway my plan is to spend a good portion of this weekend making more stuff to fill in what has been sold and I'm quite looking forward to it.