TRW was good. French was also good. That brings me to the actual subject of this entry: They're having a French club meeting in the coffee shop tonight. That's one way to make me want to come. Also, my reader is ill, and I have a test Monday. So maybe I'll find someone to review with or something.
I'm debating whether to write a letter to the health and wellness coordinator and suggest that they have a more formal process for filling out paperwork with a blind patient. The person I worked with was extremely sensative to me, but I still had to give the answers out in the lobby. I tend to get very nervous when I go to the doctor, so I didn't really ask to move somewhere else. But there were a lot of questions about that I think screen for various risk factors. There was even a manditory depression screening. I didn't lie on any of the questions, but I probably downplayed a few things because I knew others could be listening. I don't want to come off as a jerk when I send a letter. I can't even really decide whether to send one, but I think it would be nice to have a little more confidentiality. Like i said, the person who helped me was absolutely great. I was really impressed with how she handled it. But I still felt rather uncomfortable.