Mom-in-law's surgeries went very well. Cleveland Clinic surgeons used low-risk techniques to make repairs to prolapsed tissues. One of those surgeries is usually an outpatient procedure; the other was not. She'll spend the night at the hospital in recovery but they're expecting to discharge her tomorrow!! That fast discharge was not something spelled out prior to surgery. Mom-in-Law can't go home like that so an assisted-living place is quickly being sought. Sweetie said she visited her mother in recovery, touched her face and said, "my, you're warm!" To which Mom-in-Law replied, "I guess that means I'm still alive!" Good one, eh?
A fun day at work: A group of staff and, come to find out, others, were in on Sunday to inventory everything (tech and non-tech items). So the first thing I had to respond to, beginning as I walked in the door and for the first hour or so, was scattered reports of equipment not working. Mostly items had come unplugged: monitors, network connections, even a fiber-optic media converter. After "fixing" those that were out of service, I rapidly visited 'most every PC and monitor on the main floor of the building, checking, straightening, placing cables where they belong, etc. Whew! Then it was time for paper jams. And printers that think they have paper jams. I worked in a couple of hours hammering on an Web form and its underlying mailing scripts; getting closer to making it work but it isn't there just yet. No call back from Cisco but that's alright; I had plenty to do. Tomorrow I supervise inventory of the Server Room and a storage area — standing instruction: look but don't touch! All-in-all today was a busy day.