It was one of those days, I had slept uncomfortably last night, due to the impending to-do list in my head.
Morning arrived, I jumped in with both feet to attempt to conquer all that needed to be done.
I was doing good! I walked, downed a liquid breakfast drink and a few almonds. I arrived at my mammogram a few minutes early, and was the first on the list and the first taken in.
Having survived the mammogram, I found that I had an hour before I had to be at work. So, I took my car to be cleaned, and while waiting, went next door to the bank, made the three important phone calls, and walked across the street to the Dollar Store to get a few things.
I saw all of my patients, including one that was worked in where I made an opening by moving a couple of patients up.
Finished! Home I went to treat my girlfriend to soup and salad, and go in her new spa.
O.K., I’m changing my clothes to go to my friend’s house. I am taking off the bra when I remembered. . .the bee bees. The x-ray tech had taped them on my breasts before she took the films, one on the right and one on the left. They had remained there all day without my noticing them, and they were taped on!
So much for being on top of things! What is the moral of this story? When you are in a multi-tasking frenzy, you may be missing some little detail; like a bee bee!
Oh, and I left them on my husband’s dresser. When he gets back from NC, he will be puzzled!