Really? I posted last week and told myself I would post again early this week. Then one day happened and another day happened and yada yada yada!
Part of the problem is the main account I transcribe for converted to editing this month. That means instead of typing everything the doctor says, it is run through a voice recognition software, which makes a total hash of what the doctor says and then I go in and fix it. For instance:
A Vicodin she is also complaining of uterine prolapse was an OB/GYN and recommended to have surgery at _____ and has chest pain and he has been out of breath accompanied by Mary John for she is on no known allergies.
As you can see, the software has a hard time distinguishing between "he" and "she", has a hard time hearing a lot of words correctly and telling when one sentence ends and another begins. It doesn't help that this particular doctor has a bit of a lisp either. So now I get to do this everyday instead of straight typing. Yes, it is actually faster to do a file when most of it is already typed. But I don't get paid as much as a result, so I have to process more dictations to make the same amount I was making before. I have picked up a tremendous amount of speed just in the last week, though. And unfortunately, this is the wave of the future, so I am just going to have to get really, really good at it. Which I will! But in the past week I have been working a lot to get used to editing all the time instead of just typing.
So anyway, here's a pretty card for you!!!!
Ingredients: Stamps - Oh, Whale!, Itty Bitty Banners; Paper - Sunshine & Sprinkles DSP, Marina Mist, Pacific Point, Melon Mambo, Whisper White, Lucky Limeade; Ink - Melon Mambo, Basic Gray; Other - Melon Mambo Striped Organdy, Happy Whale Clearlit, Bitty Banners Framelits, Brights & Subltes Designer Buttons, Whisper White baker's twine, Cloudy Day embossing folder, dimensionals, clear EP.
STINKIN' CUTE!!! (YILM!) I just adore this little whale and had fun making this. The new ink pads give such a nice even coverage and stay wet long enough that if you work quickly, you can use them to emboss, which is what I did with this little guy!
Well, back to work! I'll try to get back here sooner, really I will! Ta!