So we get up this morning, I make breakfast for Sadie and daddy, I pack lunches, I pack bags, I get everyone out the door. Well, sort of. Sent Kris on his way easily enough, but as Sadie and I are getting ready to leave, I hear a squeal/cry. She comes walking out of my bedroom, and she's soaking wet. She had obviously been playing in the dogs' water bowl in my bathroom. aaaahhhhh!!! And she looked so cute in her little purple octopus shirt with plaid shorts. We had to make a quick change and head to church!
Before coming back home, I made a stop at the grocery store. Drop off groceries, grab a bite to eat, and out the door again. Granted, my next stop was to get a pedicure. A much-needed pedicure. No, I don't spend all my days off luxuriously being pampered. Today was an exception. I needed to make a few stops before coming home to get some things done around the house. However, I developed a splitting headache and came home before accomplishing all that was on my to-do list. I thought that maybe I could lie down for a few minutes to give the Advil time to kick in, so I changed into comfy clothes, got my phone to set the alarm in case I dozed off, and saw that I had a message.....
Hi, Mrs. Westbrook, this is Miss --- from the Chicks class at church. Has Sadie been to the doctor lately? I think she has pinkeye. Great.
Clothes back on, back into the heat, call the doc's office on my way to church, make an appointment. Pick up Sadie, we have a little time before the appointment....maybe we can run into Target as long as she doesn't touch anyone and I sterilize the shopping cart before and after. To the doc, yep, pink eye. Lovely. Antibiotic drops, 3x a day, 5 days. Wow, perfect timing since Kris and I are leaving early Friday morning for a weekend away. Sorry, TyTy, you're going to have to play doctor!
Next stop, Walgreens. They said they didn't have the prescription. Yes, the doctor sent it in. I was there. Hhhmmm....let me look again. Oh yeah, there it is. Forty minutes later (WAY too long to spend in Walgreens with a sleepy one year old!) the pharmacist said - ok, your two prescriptions are ready. Two? Yes, eye drops and lidocaine. Lidocaine? Yes, for her mouth. What's wrong with her mouth? The lesions. Uhm, she has no lesions and I'm not giving her lidocaine, you can put that back! So, we came home with eye drops. And this, my friends, is what $83 looks like:
Back home, do the dishes that were left behind this morning, clean up the dog food that Sadie has played in, try to get Sadie to nap since she hasn't napped, try to do something to get my headache to go away, beg Kris to come home ASAP.
Aaaahhhhh.....there's nothing more relaxing than a day off!! (but I wouldn't have it any other way - how thankful I am to be able to run around with my baby girl when needed!)