Well, I’ve almost worked out all the upgrade bugs and just need to wait for the final version of PivotX 2.1 to be released. The old RSS and Atom feeds are now working again and all I have left are a few template upgrades which shouldn’t take to much of my time.
An interesting aside, I must be doing a good impersonation of an MD. Yesterday, when I was leaving LeBonheur Children’s Hospital I was stopped by a mother walking with her child who asked, “May I ask you a question?” Naturally, I replied, “Sure.” I guess I need to start expecting what came next, especially when wearing my white coat out of the hospital when she asked, “What can make my feet feel numb and tingly?”
I was taken back by the question, especially because of the context. We were on the sidewalk, I was a total stranger and she had just finished smoking a cigarette. I stopped for a moment with many diagnoses swirling in my head and replied, “There are a lot of things that can cause that, you should talk to your doctor.”
This happened to me one other time, in my 2nd year, when I was walking down Madison Ave. after a SPED (more on that later). A man stopped me and asked, “Is a temperature of 106 high?” After a few quick questions I found out his son had been taken to the ED at St. Jude’s Hospital and he received a phone call telling him to come because of the high temperature. I assured him it was high and made certain to emphasize he should get there as quick as possible because it sounded like he wanted to decide if he had time to make a stop on the way.
I often marvel at how a white coat garners so much trust from complete strangers. But that is a topic for another post . . . after I get everything done I need to today.