7/27/16 ftf, wren

I’m feeling unexpectedly elated at the official nomination of Hillary Clinton.  It’s quite a big deal in this country to have such a qualified woman as the presidential nominee from one of the major parties.  Day 2 of the Dem’s convention was really upbeat and inspiring, aside from a few Bernie supporters who had temper tantrums.  Lots of great speeches about Mrs. Clinton’s character and past achievements, lots of good stuff.

I kind of frittered the work day away yesterday.  Part of it was due to lengthy interruptions from faculty and staff and part was because of my own lack of focus.  I also am probably procrastinating on certain tasks because they will put our Center’s shaky financial situation right in front of me.  I’ll aim to do better today.



Happy Dog Time!



work day


Epoch forgiveness of reimbursement

MK 7622 final invoice (due 8/18/16)

graph changes in social work collections (before 8/2)


June nurse practitioner salary support and quarterly profit/loss

Citi training (due 9/21/16)

op indicators & income vs expense reports

ePARs (due 8/15)

clinical trials invoicing

pbg & budget for Suven

DSS for new PAMS

Amendment to OSP

read NIH Welcome Wagon Letter


close out 09857

look into Foundation Directory Online

Research P01 grants

after work

hot weather hike

water garden

obsess over politics


Comments on: "7/27/16 ftf, wren" (1)

  1. It is really great news about Hillary. Paws crossed! We have a tough female prime minister here now, about the only good thing to come out of Brexit, and I hope you’re going to have the first female President very soon 🙂

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