12/5/16 ftf, wren

Here’s something that’s been bugging me:  why do the US newspapers keep referring to fascists as “populists”?  Do they not know the difference?

Ahem.  Anyway, I was very happy about the Austrian election results yesterday and also very happy that the US government conceded to the indigenous people’s request that long-standing treaties in North Dakota be honored.  It seems as if President Obama may be trying to get as many positive things accomplished as possible behind the scenes in these last few weeks.  It breaks my heart to think of that good man being out and the enfant terrible moving in.

Much of my morning will be taken up with a meeting, but then the afternoon should be quiet.  I will need to practice patience with the meeting.  I’m listening to an audiobook by Thich Nhat Hanh, and he keeps pointing out that situations which try our patience are great opportunities to slip some mindfulness into our lives.



happy dog time!


work day


onboarding meetingA

meeting follow-up

print out return mail tag

add Greg to ADP

finalize Brady report (12/5)

schedule oil change

finish AbbVie budget analysis

p card reconcilliation (12/7)

request to add Brock’s development acct to my p card

review funding app for reporting dates, STTR Phase 2


call Steph

get PAMS credit card

contact DF about next report

Invoice INS

p card documentation

October EOR

October Op Indicators

Q1 transfer to Nursing

start-up cost SOP

start Suven uTRAC

LPC for Dec. patient 12/15)

Draft of Outreach Plan

complete first RATS class

investigate possible classes for PAMS

after work


early sleep


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