Tuesday, August 24, 2010

It's A Good Thing I'm Not A Doctor

Because I don't do my best work in hospitals. I'd probably not even remember to put the sponges in, much less forget to take them out of the patient.
When I was typing that whole a priori post in Karen's hospital room, it was supposed to start out:
Teacher: Can you tell me who wrote The Critique of Pure reason?
Student: I can't.
Teacher: That's right.
But now Karen's home and I'm at the post office not working at all waiting for our new start time at 8 or 9 or whatever turns out to be the most inconvenient for us and our customers.

Sent from my iPhone


  1. Emily8:10 AM

    That's funny on so many levels.

  2. Ah, a new start time...that's why I keep getting my mail later and later. I'll know not to blame my carrier now. :-)