I haven’t had the chance to do any posts on my two blogs at all because I got busy with so many other things. At other times, I felt tired and sick (thanks to PMS). Also, I feel frustrated that I can’t make any simple changes to my life except for adopting cats like Rogue and Destiny.
Last Saturday, I went to the Star Trek convention at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. What a zoo that was! At least, I got to see a bunch of my favorite Star Trek celebs!
Sunday, I was very exhausted from the convention I went to. However, AANE was having their grand opening of their art gallery which featured 3 of my paintings. I got good reviews for my artworks, but nothing of mine sold. 😦
Monday, I had work and felt tired. That night, I still felt very tired.
Tuesday night after work, I went over to the Kendall Square Theatre in Cambridge through a heavy downpour of rain to see the 48 Hour project film festival. I had a great time there watching 7 minute films that were made in one weekend in May. Someone I know in the Boston Media Makers had her film in the contest, and her film won a few awards.
Wednesday, I went to see my social worker who I started see last fall in hopes that he can help me make changes in my life and career. So far, no changes have happened. Then, I went to the store.
Thursday, I went to the OB/GYN office at Beth Israel Hospital for a consultation and to schedule a second biopsy on my uterus because I have been experiencing irregular bleeding. I was there almost all day because the OB/GYN doctor I was seeing wouldn’t schedule the second biopsy until she could examine my vagina (the previous OB/GYN doctor had examined it at least 3 times already and did the first biopsy which didn’t get enough tissue). The exam rooms were all busy that morning. After 1:15 in the afternoon, she finally saw my vagina for 5 minutes and then scheduled the 2nd biopsy for next Wednesday.
I missed a day at work (no big deal because I don’t like my job, but it does give me health benefits). Thursday night, I went over to the Brattle and saw DJango Unchained. Great movie!
Sure wish I had some free time to blog more.