Tomorrow we have two home visits in the morning in rural Miss - both blind babies - then the afternoon lots of kids are scheduled until 7pm - luckily the COTA sees most of them so I can continue to focus on organization - it will make life so much easier for the next 6 weeks to have things in order.
I rested with Lester the Lion Kitty - who is getting sweeter and braver - for a few hours after work, then met up with OT Allison and PT roommate Stephanie to walk gently on the track 45 minutes, since Stephanie and I both felt yucky...that helped enhance my mood and I subsequently came home around 830pm and cleaned for several hours....finally got Lester's litter box into the mudroom and kitchen in order and everything - the yuckier I feel mood wise, the cleaner my house is. Seeing as how I've wiped down all my walls etc, that tells ya I'm not feeling so great, LOL....now all I have left is my dishes, which are at least organized into soak mode.......so by tomorrow night my house will be cleaner than a whistle. Which, when you think about it, is weird, because whistles probably have lots of bacteria, and when you think about it some more, I think cleaner than a whistle is the wrong term anyway, so I guess it's ok if it doesn't make sense, so I guess I'll stop pondering that now.
Lester the Lion Kitty is sprawled out on my bed and it's 130am and I should probably go to sleep seeing as how I have to be up in less than six hours. I do have a few OT stories from others via blogs/e-mail to share, maybe tomorrow. :)