After arriving home last night, I was completely unproductive. I managed to answer my
Went to the hospital at 9:00 this morning for an echocardiogram, which was surprisingly quick and easy. This was not my first echocardiogram; when I was a child, I was diagnosed with a mitral valve prolapse (along with half of the rest of the country, apparently) and an echo was done to confirm its existence.
The assistant who performed the echo on me today told me he honestly couldn’t see any mitral valve prolapse. He believes that my childhood doctor was a bit overzealous in his diagnosis. The doctor will look at the results and hand them to the nurse, who’ll call me later on today or tomorrow with his final word on the matter. Maybe I don’t have a mitral valve prolapse at all.
Since I’d arranged to come in to work closer to noon and I had the rest of the morning to myself, I made an aborted attempt to work out at the gym (I forgot to bring tennis shoes), returned an overdue library tape and borrowed a tape of The Cat Who Walks Through Walls by Heinlein and a
I also stopped by the hardware store and bought some dark blue paint so I can
I’m still thinking about those two Anime Barn cels that I want to buy. Because I’m trying to lower my VISA bill, I’m trying to make as few “large” purchases as possible (“large” meaning more than $20 or so). I don’t think I should buy the cels until the end of next week (e.g. the 18th of May), but I don’t want to lose the cels. Perhaps I should just
And, Houston, we’re registering another complete shift in attention. Wandering around Keenspace has its rewards. I’m enjoying Life on Forbez, a gorgeous
I woke up this morning with the bleary realization that I should set some immedate and specific writing goals for myself, on a
Nothing yet from Writer’s Digest about my article on writing advice. I know they warn of a 6–8 week delay, and it’s only been two weeks, but I’m getting somewhat frustrated.
And, Saalon! Send me your full comments on “Anime Explained,” will ya?