Good morning! Looks like it'll be a nice spring day today. Michelle will soon be on her way for a blood transfusion. Her hemoglobin counts are too low. We're hoping this helps account for the recent headaches and fatigue.
Hung around the house until Timothy got on the bus. Stopped by A&E Roastery on the way in. I remembered that if you bring in one of their travel mugs, they do "refills" for $1. Listened to the opening chapters of This Tremendous Lover on the drive down.
Got off the phone with Michelle. Her transfusion was about 5 hours for 2 units of blood. She's back home for now and will be watching for symptoms, good or bad. She also confirmed that our Kobo arrived today.
Listened to more of my book on the drive home. After dinner Timothy and I did some setup of the Kobo. Compared to the experience of using a new Kindle or Nook, I have a couple of tips for the Kobo company.
That said it is a nice device. The screen is great: very high resolution and usable in the dark. The scalable fonts, the PDF handling, the fact that it connects to a computer as an ordinary USB drive, the numerous formats it understands, the fast microprocessor, etc.