A busy Monday has arrived. Not only do I get to go to work this afternoon, but this morning also I will be driving down to the Lebanon VA for a test. Because a long, long time ago I used to be a smoker, they now do a CAT scan of my chest yearly nothing is budding in my lungs. I have no problem with this whatsoever. My dad died of lung cancer; it is not a good way to end the last days of your life.
The flooring department was hopping yesterday, mostly because after 1 PM I was the only one in the department. Not a lot of issues. But questions. I designed blinds for several customers, changed the color of carpet for another, and signed up 2 customers for measures. My managers should be happy.
In a fit of what you might call whimsy, I ordered a Blu-ray copy of one of the films that scared the crap out of me when I was a kid because those minutes of cowering behind my hand standout in all of my youthful memories. In my pre--teen years, the Academy Theater in Lebanon would do Saturday matinees of movies from the 50s. From all of those movies I saw, 2 stand out: The Creature from the Black Lagoon, which I found really terrifying, and X-the Unknown, in which, while I knew the radiation was never going to kill, I thought the suspense truly might. Anyway, I bought the disc. Here's the trailer for those of you bold enough to watch it.