In my expert (ill-informed) opinion, what this means is that I did have a bacterial infection of some sort which was causing the inflamed lymphiod tissue. The abs I was taking were enough to kill off most of it, but not all of it. Which is a little concerning. Either I now have a healthy population of ampicillin resistant bacteria which are causing a problem or, and this is one I'm not so sure on, the bacterial infection is in and of itself a symptom of something else. Ie, if I have an injury or a skin tear or something, it is allowing the bacteria to get in - until the injury is fixed, the bacteria will always get in, and thus cause my inflammatory response.
I'm such a microbiology nerd.
In any case, I'm going to pay attention to it for a few days before I, grudgingly, make myself go back to the hospital. Possibly for an endoscope up my nose. I mean, it could all be psychosomatic today. Crazier things have happened...
Jury duty. I am officially a citizen, and have been called for jury duty. Sometime between July 11 and September 30, in fact. I'm not too fussed by this because, from stories from buddies of mine, the fact that I am a biological scientist will probably mean than any defence lawyer worth his salt will challenge my entry into a jury if the case has anything to do with, you know, science. Fingerprints, DNA evidence and the like.
They don't like smart, qualified people of juries, it seems.
I actually find the whole thing quite funny.
Bills. I paid a whole bunch of bills today, and have been left with less money than I would have liked. This is frustrating, because as we all know, I am temporarily without work on friday nights. Fortunately enough, I did have some money squirrelled away for just such an eventuality, so while I will be okay for cash, I'm not exactly at my most wealthy.
Which sucks, but what can you do?
DnD. My DnD session went well last night, dispite getting into an argument with a player. Sigh. Anyway, you should check out the session summary in house_fiona if you are so inclined.