Today got off to a delightful start (joking, joking).  Actually it was time to go back to see Dr. Henderson.  I’ve been seeing him a lot.  If you read the blog, you should have noticed that I’ve had a lot of dental work this year.  All this work would come the year that I forget to turn in my cafeteria plan paperwork.  Nevertheless, I digress.  I went to see Dr. Henderson to get a crown and for those of you who have had that specific dental work done, you know it’s no fun.  I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I do not like going to the dentist, but I do like my dentist.  I’ll have to go back to see him again because this is a temporary crown and this time I’ll get his picture so you can see this mysterious dentist who sings and cracks jokes.  I know it sounds really strange.  He doesn’t really sing, he kind of hums.  You just have to be there.

I had a brief meeting when I got back in the building (with a half Novocaine face) with Monika Szakasits again about issues around the library, particularly our new library director’s office that has problems with leaking.  Time to be much more assertive to get those issues resolved before Randy arrives.  For lunch, I went to Taste of Thai and enjoyed the special, which was a very light chicken dish with asparagus, broccoli, green beans and zucchini (I don’t like zucchini or eggplant for that matter, so I just pushed that aside).  It was a very healthy and light meal before getting pampered later today.  Late that afternoon Teri Stafford and I had a quiet meeting around development issues.  Then it was time to spruce up a little bit that evening with a manicure and pedicure.  Summer’s begun for sure.  I’ve got to get back to working out.  I’ve fallen off the “Fabulous at 50” bandwagon – and my cruise is less than 35 days away!