I will be going to fabric stores tomorrow, and if they do not yield any shiny bat fabric, I will buy those. Because come on - SHINY. BATS.
It's got "Jenni" written all over it. Or, you know, it's got shiny bats all over it. Which I think amounts to much the same thing.
A quiz informs me that I will have sex with 0 people. Hooray for a life of celibacy!
It's true, you know. We'll eat you. *CHOMP*
Called the Dr.'s office to set up an appointment two days ago, but I have no idea when they'll call me back. I was just told to call after x time period, not what would be done - so they don't know when to schedule the appointment and whatnot. Since my doctor is used to dealing with patients who have PCOS, it is assumed that he will be used to recommending psychiatrists (or psychologists, I can never remember which is which, though I know one can prescribe medicine and one cannot), since it's VERY common for depression and bipolar-like tendencies to be present in women with PCOS. But in the event that he does not have anyone to recommend, or that he recommends someone who for whatever reason I cannot respect or tolerate, how would I go about locating someone? I can't exactly gauge a doctor's competence by flipping through the pages of the phone book.
My English professor from my first semester here was... I want to say a psychotherapist, as well as a professor. He suggested I make an appointment to see him, sometime. It'd be pretty wacky if I did.