•microwave-safe tea cup and saucer
•wide bandaids without kid-friendly designs
•Vitamin E, aloe vera gel, or some other pain-deadening burn treatment
Things I'm thankful for:
•my daughter, who is good at first aid
•my mother who lives next door and keeps things like Vitamin E on hand
•ice water to numb the pain
•nine other fingers to keep working with
•that it's "only a flesh wound" and is starting to feel better already
Things that I'm wondering about:
•What is it about 30 year old stoneware that makes it unreliable in the microwave?
•How is it that a saucer can be hot enough to burn a finger instantly, but the tea in the cup still not be hot enough to drink?
•What sort of tea and saucer combo would be microwave safe?
•Are my brother and his family coming to visit this weekend?
•Does the strawberry place have berries still this week?
•Do I have time to make jam if they do?
•If cats only
•What is it about Vitamin E that takes the pain out of a burn?
•Could it be a placebo reaction because I've had Vitamin E put on burns since I was a little kid?
•Do I need to think about that right now, or do I need to get back to work?
Silly question...it's Monday...back to work!!