Has anyone ever gotten a color sensitivity test done at a salon before your hair appointment? Yeah, me either. But the Aveda Frederic Institute requires one before getting any color done at their salon. So I stopped by today to get this "test" and she stuck some goop on a band-aid, stuck it to my arm, and told me to keep it there for 2-3 hours.
Actually, she said, "just check it and make sure there's no itching or anything... well you know, you're an RN."
I just nodded in agreement because explaining to someone that I am in fact NOT a nurse and explaining why exactly I'm wearing scrubs is way harder than just agreeing. But why does every woman in scrubs automatically have to be a nurse? #profiling (shout out to all the nurses reading this! I totally couldn't do your job!)
And since I was in the mall, I HAD to shop. Bath & Body Works is having a great sale and send me coupons for free stuff. And I like free stuff. So I immediately headed that direction. When I got to the store, the associate was telling me about their "buy 3, get 3 free" (like I said, great sale) and then said, "well since you are in the healthcare profession, you probably want to check out the hand sanitizer." #profilingagain Thanks B&BW, but I came for the free stuff.
On the way home, I got behind this truck loaded up with a lot of appliances. I didn't think much about it until this happened:
What a genius. Doesn't he know that Fridge Moving 101 requires taping the doors shut? Holy heart attack.
Once I got home, I attempted to complete a blood glucose curve (testing blood sugar every 2 hours for an entire day) on my minpin Crimson. She's diabetic (obvi) and needs a new insulin prescription so the vet asked me to just do the curve at home. And I've been trying to get blood from this little
Holy diabetes. Maybe I will be able to get another reading in 2 hours... fingers crossed.
How was your day? And oh yeah, don't forget to help a lady out with my conference trip to NYC!