I like being me.
Data issues all over the place. AAAH. AAAAH. AAAAAH.
I woke up in the middle of the night and had trouble falling asleep again. My guts were still mildly uncomfortable from the other day, but nothing was going on. Not sure if that was what kept me up. I left the bedroom and discovered that it was still friggin' hot (only the bedroom AC runs at night). Apparently it was still 86 degrees outside at 3am. It's cooled off this afternoon, apparently (still in the 80s), and I see fog coming off the lake. Tomorrow, though, it's supposed to be very hot again.
Man, I totally should have packed a sandwich for lunch this morning but didn't. Corporate America 1, gzt 0.
I finally called in to get the test results from the doctor's apptment a couple weeks ago. Apparently the cholesterol looks good (120LDL, 52HDL, tris 48, good but not optimal), the liver tests look better (bilirubin normal, ALP a bit better), but I still have a followup with the hepatologist in October and a physical in six months. I suppose that confirms that my slight fatigue lately is from sleep deprivation caused by the Day Star and isn't a possible symptom of bad liver happenings. Anyway, I suppose this means that my unhealthy lifestyle of the last few months - a bit of travel, a fair amount of boozing, plenty of meat, few vegetables, relatively little exercise, too little sleep - has meant an improvement in several of my key biomedical markers (note: resting pulse, however, has gone up significantly with relative inactivity - I think it was in the 80s!).
Man, I like playing chess. I think that experience of facing a completely unknown tricky opening and later sticking it out to pull a draw from the jaws of defeat was a good learning experience.
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