She seemed quite put out that the outside, which seems so enticing from the comfort and safety of the inside of a window, was, in fact, cold and scary. How could we let that happen!? Still, she was happy to see us, particularly when it came time to feed her. She was so hungry that I was able to put her pill into her food and she ate it up without noticing.
So I got to work a bit late and discovered that in their copious free time, the day shifts reorganized our seating again. The last one stood for less than 24 hours. fredcritter points out that the new scheme seems to have accomplished the incredible feat of squeezing 25.5 hours into a day! (You see, some desks have a person sitting there each of three shifts. But that means 8 hours per person plus a half hour for our mandatory lunch break. You do the math.)
So I did a couple of things to bring down the eyestrain on my machine at the desk I'm using tonight, but I haven't started doing anything drastic as I expect the arrangement will change once again while I'm at training all next week.
Ericka seems to have re-succumb to a bronchial infection today. She was feverish and coughing up crud and so started her back-up anti-biotics this evening. Maybe it's the beginnings of that or just hearing of 90_percent_sure's plight, but I'm feeling a tightness in the back of my throat that usually signals the beginning of a cold. So it's Zicam, megavitamins and tons of fluids for me when I get home. Still hope to get out to the mnstf pool party, but may not stay as long as I would normally.