Disclaimer: I stole the title for this post from my friend Megan who writes A Right Gapesnest (and does a wonderful job, too, by the way) and periodically has a "Is it really that hard?" post.
After being in the hospital a few weeks ago, I finally got all my meds more or less straightened out; I went from six different prescriptions prescribed by four different doctors to four prescriptions prescribed by one doctor. Much improved. However, when I went to get them filled Saturday, turns out the scripts were made out to "Amy King" rather than "Amy Krug." I know I'm a new patient and all, but still. A tad annoying. The pharmacist told me he couldn't fill them without calling the doctor, and he wouldn't call the doctor until Monday morning. Lovely. Luckily, I had some leftovers of some of the meds from before my hospital stint, so I muddled through, but hopefully the doc and the pharmacy will work things out today. Apparently we're supposed to have some sort of snow/ice storm tonight and tomorrow, so I need to be able to pick up these pills today.
On a knitting front, I just started this cute little set called "Sweet Pea," which is a baby bodysuit and hat. We'll see how it turns out; I'm not so good at stuff that has to "fit." I need some sort of tutorial on gauge, yarn types, and the like. Oh well.