Work itself was quiet, not much going on. It was our last 7:00 day for the foreseeable future, the new hours start next week. I have mixed feelings about that. I think they should have kept one or two days at 7:00, instead of cutting it entirely.
After work I came home and Skyped the FWiB. He saw the pulmonologist today and got a mostly good report. He doesn't have the fatal disease they were afraid he might have, which he didn't tell me about until he told me he didn't have it. He does have a mild case of emphysema but his lung function is normal, though on the low end, and his blood oxygen levels are excellent. And with any luck he'll be moving to assisted living around the end of Feb. or beginning of March.
And that's all there is really. The rain was a torrential downpour this morning but had stopped by the time I came home. Nothing much else to say.
1. The FWiB doesn't have a fatal illness.
2. Quiet day at work.
3. My cats.
4. Rain stopped by the time work ended.
5. Bed soon.
6. Therapy tomorrow.