phoenixalpha, on the other hand, made out pretty well. Refunds from the state and the Feds, huzza! Plus, her income was low enough that she didn't have to pay filing fees for either return.
Today's the first full day of the amoxicillin. The legs are burning slightly, which is to be expected, and the blood sugar is down below 150 for the first time in a week, which is good. It'll be interesting to see if the drainage changes at all; in the meantime, I've laid in a supply of bandages and tape here at the office since I've gone completely through the Zee Medical locker's supply of non-stick pads and large bandages. I've also used half the gauze pads and the roll of tape. The 3M Micropore is probably better for me than the generic Zee cloth tape anyway.
Tonight, I need to do dishes and go to bed early so I'll be well rested for the hotel meeting tomorrow. I already promised stuckintraffik and redmartel that I wouldn't lead off by calling the Sheraton salespeople a bunch of uncommunicative fucktards, so things ought to go well. ~_^
Currently reading: Goodbye, Darkness by William Manchester