I woke up at 04:30 on Tuesday and started my day half an hour later. I did my languages and my 250 words. Before leaving, I put a bunch of dry food in Hendrix’s bowl in case I couldn’t come back.

Due to anxiety over missing my appointment, I headed out to the VA around 07:30 or 08:00. Even though they processed me fairly quickly, I didn’t get to see my Oncologist until my appointed time. We discussed my plans for transitioning, and I requested she put an order in for my Anastrozole, which she did. When we finished, I went downstairs to pick it up.

During one of my bathroom breaks, my phone took a tumble that cracked the screen. So, on the way home, I stopped by the Sprint store that here downtown to see what my options were. After discussing things with a salesperson, I ran home really quick, cuddled my kitty (and checked his food), and grabbed my one credit card to pay for a new phone. Well, I’m on a contract with a payment plan. I just had to pay for the repairs they’d do to the phone and the new-phone fee, which required payment on the spot. So, about three hours and a frustrating failure to login to my email account later, I left the store with my new phone and went directly to my volunteer shift.

There’s some people outside the pride center collecting members for a medical research database, which I started the process on joining. Videos failed, and they said I could access their site on my own. I just need to come in for phlebotomist stuff on another day.

Volunteer shift went pretty well. I fiddled with my new phone. The Duolingo app is malfunctioning from the transfer, so I trashed it and will be downloading it again when the 24 hour period is over.

Kevin kindly drove me home, and I idled for a while on the computer, then went to bed after midnight.