I still feel a little dazed. Focusing on tiny details like listing what to pack, checking out maps of my hotel location and the hospital location, phoning to find out visiting hours, and trying to decide if I need to check luggage or not. I hope not, but it might be necessary with the layered clothes. According to the b&b proprietor, there's supposed to be a blizzard going on when I arrive, so I expect it will be very cold. I hope my plane doesn't have trouble landing in the weather.
There's a massive highway between my b&b and the hospital. From the satellite photo, it looks clearly impossible to cross on foot. There's a strange intersection of two highways a little distance away, but it's difficult to tell if the intersection will be navigable on foot (since such things often aren't). It's unclear how pedestrian-friendly Omaha might or might not be.
If the highway isn't crossable on foot, I'll have to take a cab 1 mile each way to the hospital each day. Stupid and expensive. Defeats the purpose of staying near to the hospital. But there's nothing I can do about it if it isn't pedestrian-navigable. I'll just hope it is.
I went out for dim sum this afternoon with my friend Katherine, and it was great as always. It's always nice to see her, and the dim sum place we go to is very tasty and cheap, with nice staff and a pleasant dining room. Plus, they refill your water glass if you ask for water. Most Chinese places, if you ask, give you a glass of water (if they remember) and then never notice it again, so I really appreciate the courtesy.
I brought home leftovers, but Shannon is out gaming. He can have them this evening. Or I can have them as my snack with my pills tonight.
I won't be reading my friends list much this week, because I'm a little distracted and will be gone Tuesday-Friday.
Now it's time to phone my dad.