I have a love-hate relationship with eBay, and at the moment PayPal is driving me crazy. I won an auction for an opal pendant, not much in cost and nothing I would lose sleep over. But when I went to PayPal to pay for the pendant, the only choice was for an E-check which takes 2 - 5 days for the seller to get their money. Why? As near as I can tell my purchase tripped an internal alarm because I bought a bunch of stuff (less than 10) and that was from China mostly. The paypal customer service said they can only guess why I cannot pay with a credit card (I find the notion fairly disturbing) and gave me a list of scenarios that cause the rejection to be made. Basically, the purchase tripped an alarm, thanks to some bit of code somewhere that does actions (refuse a purchase) with no one able to figure out exactly why, is that not weird? So much like HAL in 2001. If anyone still watches that old old movie now. I am getting steamed again, new topic...
I saw my GP doctor yesterday, and in 15 minutes we covered my diabetes (looks good), my aches (in knees, back, shoulder) and an earache (!) and I was pretty much reduced to "get physical therapy in my shoulder" and "everybody as achy knees and back" and oh yes, I am leaving the practice here and you will be seeing another doctor for your next visit.
Not a reassuring visit.
I think I've been played.
So those are the high points of my visit. Oh yeah, 5 tubes of blood. Like the results will have a valid meaning when I next come in 3 months. I'm going to call tomorrow and get an appt. with another doctor. Grrrr. I did get the flu shot, so something was accomplished. Oh yeah, the next visit will be with the doctor who was seeing my husband right before he died, which is disturbing too.
Moving right along, it is 6 am and I am going back to bed. With a pain pill, like that will have any effect this time.
Thought for the day, " Standing in the park, I was wondering why a Frisbee gets larger the closer it gets. Then it hit me."