Bag of Randomness for Thursday, February, 18, 2016
DaughterGeeding is having a rough go of it this month. Last night she woke up with an earache and a fever of 103.2 F, so I had to take her to the doctor yesterday. The fever was too high for an ear infection, so they ran a flu test, but thankfully it wasn’t the flu. Her primary cause of illness is a viral infection followed by an ear infection. But as ill as she is, she’s got a great attitude which makes me adjust my outlook on life.
Our pediatrician is a husband and wife team. Yesterday we got the Mrs, and I was impressed she asked us about the GI she referred us to, asking if we felt he communicated well, felt comfortable with him, as well as some other stuff.
A&E has a show called ‘Fit to Fat to Fit‘ in wich trainers gain weight, like 70-pounds, and then lose it with their clients.
I really like the brown bread at the Cheesecake Factory and at Outback. I wonder if the two were side by side if I could identify each and which I would consider the better of the two.
One downside to home improvement projects is finding out how poorly your house was constructed. For instance, I’ve found wood screws used to install electical outlets and light fixtures barely hanging on because junction boxes are about three feet away.
The Atlantic – Finding Jesus at Work – Why are more and more companies offering access to chaplains as an employee benefit? – Here’s a fun fact – Tyson Foods “is the largest known private-sector corporate-chaplaincy program,” with more than 115 chaplains based in different factories around the country. Company-wide, this works out to roughly one chaplain on staff for every 1,000 Tyson employees.