So I'm up north visiting friends. I decided to extend an invitation for them to share my hotel room after they asked if they could come chill in the hot tub.
The only rule....NO SEX in the bed next to my bed while I'm trying to sleep or any time or place in my room (I paid... not them) for that matter.
So why did I wake up to them doing it twice? Yep. I have every right to be pissed off yes/yes? I think it is highly disrespectful for them to do that after it was the one thing I asked them not to do. I didn't even say anything when they started smoking in my non smoking room.
I'm trying to post some pics from my Hardrive and lj-pi just won't give me that option. There's the possibility to post urls, old pics I've already uploaded, and a "drop box" feature which will only let me post the only currently update item. The drop boys users manual.
Monday morning I went to my doctor to get a referral for a counselor/therapist/psychiatrist/whateverthehell so I can finally get proper help for my severe depression/anxiety issues. He told me he'd call me sometime over the next couple of days once he had something set up for me, and that it shouldn't take long for him to do because I'm considered an "urgent" case.
It's now Thursday afternoon and I have three missed calls on my cellphone; one from Monday just a few hours after my appointment, one from sometime yesterday evening, and another from this morning. I don't have caller ID so I don't know where these calls came from. I have no idea why I didn't hear my phone ringing either of these times, as I've kept my phone with me, had vibrate turned on and an obnoxiously loud ringtone set on max volume since I left the doctor's office specifically so I wouldn't miss his call. At the moment I don't have any other means of contact for my doctor to reach me (he doesn't use email with his clients).
What should I do in this case? Should I wait and see if I can catch the next call and hope it's my doctor with info about the counseling, or should I call the clinic tomorrow and ask the receptionist if he tried to get a hold of me? Unfortunately a large portion of my anxiety is phone-related (it's a long story) and I get really uncomfortable having to talk to people over the phone.