I have to say that my life on ambulatory has been really really nice. I don't have to be in the hospital until 8, which is like a vacation! And I usually get out by 5, which is like a vacation, times two! That means that I have time to cook, watch a little bit of Project Runway, season 2 (which I got in a white elephant gift exchange), and sleep - in other words, I get to live a normal life. I've actually been sleeping a lot more than usual, which is nice and concerning (especially given my hypochondriasis about my lymph node - which is still here, albeit nontender and a little smaller).
On another note, I'm continuing my reading trend. A few months ago, I tried reading Oblivion by David Foster Wallace, but didn't understand half the stories that I read, so got bored. Now, I'm back onto reading a classic (I alternate between modern fiction and literary classics - really, it's whatever I can find at the used book store or bargain rack). My latest kick is Little Women and I'm liking it much more than I thought I would. The old-fashioned ways of courtship and such still confuse me (I mean, being asked for my hand in marriage after a smile and professing of undying love? I think not), but it's a nice escape.
Well, no reading for me tonight. I'm on call - so I guess this month isn't entirely like being on vacation.