I do wonder if it has anything to do with my damn reproductive organs. I finally made an appointment for my annual where I'm hoping I can get them to do some checking around at my ovaries and uterus. The pain in my left ovary and the slicing pain I often get in my pelvis makes me worry that either my cysts have gone out of control or it's endometriosis that I have to do something about. Because the pain is really killer sometimes, not to mention fairly constant. Honestly, if I have a bad bout before my appointment in July, I just might go into Urgent Care. It's been going on too long for me to be ignoring any more.
Being sick had me worried about this evening. The first of three callbacks for the radio plays was tonight, and this was the only one I really wanted to nail. I'm mostly up for small parts (because I'm too old for the female parts in the second and third plays), but I'm right in the sweet spot for the female lead in the first. I managed to pull myself together, and while I think the callback went pretty well, I'm not holding my breath on getting anything but small parts. Almost all of the men she called back for the lead's husband are at least 15-20 years older than me. Plus, there was one woman who read was really good. I would cast her if I was doing the casting. Oh well. The next two rounds are Saturday and Sunday afternoons. I do kind of want one of the parts on Saturday's audition, but again, not holding my breath.
In other news this week, we found Alex's college is doing their fall courses all online. I'm a little relieved, I'll be honest. Our numbers never went on a decline here in California, and in spite of the governor issuing a state mandate on masks today, people are still being stupid. I'll feel better knowing Alex will be safe here at home until things have calmed down a little more.