It was a good morning.
I was seeing some consults at another hospital and I was told to show up at 9:45. That is basically halfway through the day.
I got up around the same time and went downtown for coffee and some physics studying. I love doing work with caffeine, food and the bustle of people heading out for the day. Especially with a good view and Eddie Vedder playing in the background.
I concluded I could do this. Be a ferry commuter, specifically. If every day was as sunny and leisurely as this morning. But when the weather sucks (or I just want to sleep as late as reasonably possible), I am glad I am close to the hospitals I usually work at.
Really, I am a commuter. I take the bus or walk every day now that Patrick has a real job that sends him an hour out of town every morning (meaning he leaves at 7 in the morning every day). That kind of commuting just isn’t as novel to me. The having a husband with a REAL teaching job (at least until the end of the year) is, though, so I like it nonetheless.
Even finding out my physics exam was rescheduled AGAIN couldn’t ruin my morning. Okay, it did have me agitated most of the day, but it is a growing experience.