Diagnosis Day

So I had my hopes up today, because I was going to see the Dr.
Today was the day I was to get my results, and find out what’s happening with my

health: the condition of being sound in body, mind, or spirit; especially : freedom from physical disease or pain b: the general condition of the body

Here’s the deal:
I passed “The stress Test” 10:30 on the treadmill of torture with no problems
As for my blood work, the LDL (Bad) Cholesterol was good, (137), but the
HDL (good) Cholesterol was bad (too low at 37). My blood is like my brain, a study in contrasts….
This means of course that though we are ruling things out, we haven’t hit on the crux of the matter yet. This though no longer worries me.
Officially then, today was not ‘Diagnosos day’ it was.
‘One less thing to worry about’ day

On the Theological side: I find that I may have more in common with Jean Calveaux then I though I did before reading this book. Does that make me a Calvinist? Nope, still leaning towards Arminius, as far as predestination goes, but as I said before, my brain is a study in contrasts.

On the Political side: I am not a fan of the Senator from Illinois, and I am mistrustful of the other guy, hence I am still in a quandary. However, I have heard the best of the various Obama Anthems yet. It is by Reggae artist Cocoa Tea.
It is worlds better than that awful drivel John P. Kee wrote, and beats the heck out of Will.I.Am’s stuff too…..



I had a thought that I meant to share yesterday.
For people with hair, if there’s an area where hair isn’t, they call it a bald spot.
I was shaving my head yesterday morning and missed a spot. Is this area then, a…
‘Hair Spot’?

Comments

Moreh Yehoshua said…
I had a thought that I meant to share yesterday.
For people with hair, if there’s an area where hair isn’t, they call it a bald spot.
I was shaving my head yesterday morning and missed a spot. Is this area then, a…
‘Hair Spot’?

YOUR STUPID!!!!!!!!!!! ROFL!!!!

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