Wrong Line Of Work?

We’re getting an early start tomorrow because Jan has her yearly mammogram tomorrow afternoon, something that she’s very careful not to skip each year since she was diagnosed with breast cancer back in 2014.

Luckily back then, she only needed a lumpectomy, with no radiation or chemo involved. But it was a big enough scare that she never misses one now. Especially since she almost skipped the one in 2014 when they found the lump.

So she wants to remind everyone to get this done every year.

Anyway, we’ll leaving the rig about 12:30 so we’ll have time to eat lunch first, and  then after I drop her off, I’ll probably go by work for a  while and catch up on some things.

Then this Thursday, we’ve both got our big annual physicals starting at 8am, that way we’re the first appointments of the day, and don’t have to wait.

Then we’ve got lunch all planned, at a new place called Texas Huddle Grille, located on NASA Rd 1. And I already know what I’m having.

Texas Huddle Grill PB&J Bacon Cheeseburger

The PB&J Bacon Cheeseburger.

It’s harder to imagine two greater sandwiches combined into one.

Looks like we’re all getting together up at Brandi’s this Sunday for Easter. She doing a Prime Rib Roast, Potatoes, and a dessert,  with everyone else bring sides dishes.

And the pool will be open, and heated if necessary.

Sounds like a lot of fun. And delicious food too.

Well, it’s obvious I went into the wrong line of work. Back in high school I was a lifeguard with Red Cross certifications. I had both Basic and Advanced, and was also certified as an instructor, though I never ran a class.

But if I’d known it could have turned out like this, I might very well have stuck with it.

Top paid LA lifeguards earn up $392,000 annually

Life’s a beach for these California lifeguards.

The highest-paid Los Angeles lifeguards earn up to $392,000 annually — and dozens of others rake in more than $200,000 a year, according to an investigation by Forbes.

Seven LA County lifeguards earned more than $300,000 in taxpayer dough by tapping into overtime pay in 2019, the latest year available, Forbes found.

Maybe I could have been on Baywatch too.

Thought For The Day:

No man has ever won a game of “Notice anything different about me”.



One Response to Wrong Line Of Work?

  1. Linda Sand says:

    I schedule my medical appointments at 1:00  pm.  That way I’m first after lunch so I don’t have to wait but don’t have to get up at the crack of dawn.

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