Actually really only the one job completed, and that was changing the main electrical panel in the house. I was dh's assistant, and I had a very responsible job; I was in charge of holding the flashlight/torch so dh could see. I do feel I did do an excellent job, though must say I was happy that by lunch time dh was in a position where he could get on with it on his own.
Although I know to a lot of people holding a flashlight might be a great job, I'm not one of them!!! It was a great job done, and I have to admit, I feel a heck of a lot safer, as it was very iffy the way the previous guy had wired it up.
There was a story on the news about blood donors, so I decided to see if I am still banned from giving blood in Canada; and guess what I am. Why:
2. Possible Exposure to CJD or vCJD:
People are not eligible to donate blood or plasma if they have spent a cumulative total of three months or more in the United Kingdom (U.K.) between January 1980, and December 31, 1996, or if they have spent a cumulative total of three months or more in France between January 1980, and December 31, 1996, or if they have spent a cumulative total of five years or more in Western Europe outside the U.K. or France since 1980. In addition, people will no longer be eligible to donate blood or plasma if they have had a blood transfusion in the U.K., France or Western Europe since 1980. This is owing to the risk of transmission of variant Creutzfeldt Jakob Disease (vCJD) through blood.
That info is from this site So I am guessing they think I am a carrier of the "mad cow disease." Their loss as far as I am concerned. Mind you its not my idea of a good time having a needle stuck into me.
The pain meds and antibiotics have kicked in, but my poor mouth is still sore. We are supposed to be going to friends for dinner next Tuesday, but I think I will call and put it off, as I can't chew anything hard at the moment.
Not sure what exciting things we'll be doing on Friday, but I do think we deserve a day out of the house...........we'll see.