June 1 was a work day for me. Right now we don't have an Assistant Director of Nursing, so one day a week someone else is working the floor, so I can do some of the ADON work, because it's too much for our Director of Nursing to keep up with. On these days I start at 8, so that means I get to sleep a little later. I was up at 6 and left the house at 7:40.
It was a dreary day, with a little rain coming down when I left the house.
The construction continues at the nursing home. This used to be our front door. It's been closed off for a month now and outside is the new addition, getting ready for concrete to be poured.
I spent much of my day at this desk. I worked on having TB questionnaires filled out by each employee, getting a new pneumonia vaccine scheduled for all residents who want it, finding out when each one had their last vaccine and doing infection control paperwork. I finished several things and it felt good to file them!
I left work a little after 4 and stopped at the grocery store on my way home.
Here's a little scene from my drive home. I love seeing the fields grow, in straight green lines.
When I got home, I started a load of wash, and slaved over supper!
Here's supper! It was burgers left over from Memorial Day. It was pretty hard to heat those burgers and get out the toppings. Not a bad supper, considering it was leftovers!
After supper, Bob went to his men's Bible study, and I went with my sister to Parade of Homes. We had gone to several on Memorial Day and decided to try to see a few more. Parade of Homes is something that is done each Spring. A ticket costs $12, and gives you entrance to about 80 homes, which value between $179,000 to 3.3 million.
This house was one of the more expensive one, priced at 2.4 million. It's a beautiful home, set on the shore of Lake Michigan.
You can't see it, but there is a nice private, sandy beach out there!
Wouldn't you like to soak in that tub, with a view of the lake?
I got home around 9pm. The sun was just setting.
Thank you Lord, for another wonderful day.