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    Monday, December 05, 2005
    Thank God It's Monday

    What a week. Details later.

    I am sitting here clutching a mug of coffee in an attempt to thaw out my fingers enough to type this entry. I hate our office building. It's poorly designed - all windows with aluminum framing, which channels the outside temperature straight indoors. We're always hot in the summer and cold in the winter. Add to that the cheapo landlord who turns the heat off all weekend and you can imagine what it's like in here. I really feel sorry for the poor woman who comes in for a pelvic exam and has to disrobe in a sixty-degree room - and then gets a doc with ICY COLD HANDS doing her breast exam.

    Good news is, we're moving soon. Things have been happening here that I haven't had time to blog about, and one of them is that we have signed the lease on new office space about a mile away in a more upscale part of town. It's going to need some serious renovation first, as the building was designed as business office space, not medical. We expect to move in in six months or so. On mornings like this, I can't wait.



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