I finally got my laptop back today from HP. So far so good- my left mouse button is no longer loose. I'm happy about that, but not so happy that I had to send it back a second time. Ah well, what can I say? We're all human and we all make mistakes sometimes so I guess they just overlooked it the first time.
Other than that, I gotta say, I'm still exhausted. What the heck is wrong with me? Why is my hemoglobin on this downward spiral? I haven't had it checked since it was 70-something, but I'm so tired and I feel rather crappy. I'm tired enough to sleep all the time. In keeping with Dr. Chan's aranesp every 5 days routine, I'll be giving myself another dose tomorrow night. I hate feeling this way. I just want to be able to do what I want to do in terms of working OT when I want to in order to get some extra cash, study for my NKE, etc. Gosh, Dr. Brien, I hope you have some magic solution to my issues when I see you on Tuesday.
Speaking of the NKE, I got a delightful email today from the HRPA. It seems that they have (already) assessed my transcripts and I am eligible to write the NKE in October! Woohoo! Not that there was any doubt, but it's always scary when there is a no nonsense deadline. What if they didn't get to assess my stuff until after the deadline...then I find out that I don't qualify for some reason? Man that would stink! But alas, I am eligible to write and I intend on passing too. Passing with flying colours.
Well, that's all for today. I'm going to study for maybe half an hour, then I'm going to hit the hay. If I wasn't feeling so anemic...I'd probably be out on the town at some club since its caribana weekend.