I could probably be a bit more specific :)
Chemo education appointment was for 2.00 pm
We got in to see a DVD for 25 mins at 3.30 pm'
Then we waited for half an hour for an extremely harried chemo nurse to come throw some information at us and at 4.15 we were done.
Apparently 2 nurses were out sick and chaos had ensued all day at the chemo palace. Also all the Monday chemo people have to have their blood tests at the hospital and the pathology lab went down for the morning so people booked in for 9 am were getting treatment at 1 pm.......argh it was.
AND the lovely DVD was full of nice positive people talking all about how chemo was giving them a chance to live. Isn't that nice for a Stage 4 patient who is going to die to watch, hmmmm.
And then today was chaos
The modem in the office died overnight so no internet
Excellent for business
Twas eventually found to be a dead power cord so was not too much of a drama but it took 2 hours of interaction with Telstra to find out nothing and one visit from the funny little computer man up the road (and $20) to fix in 5 minutes.......grrrrrrrrrrrrr
Intersperse that with all the rest of the crap that happens in the orifice and my day pretty much sucked.
Oh well, I have come home to a schmick clean house thanks to the K child and a dog who has eaten nothing but dog food for a couple of days so I'm happy