And There Will Be Snacks.

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February 25, 2014 by sandwichcontrol

Oh, yes, there will be snacks.

I’d like to start out today’s post by wishing a very Happy Birthday to Leon Sphinx. Be sure to wish him one as well.

So, yesterday was a day of discovery.

Discovery one involved me finding out what my liver looks like via bouncing sound waves off of it. It looks weird. Thanks Karl!

The second discovery was that I am an awesome breather. Except when comes to actually absorbing oxygen and getting it into my bloodstream. More on that later.

My third, and final, discovery was that the hype I had built up (in my own head) around Oikos French onion dip, was an understatement. I’ve been hunting this stuff for weeks and I finally got my hands on some yesterday. When eaten with roasted garlic Triscuits, it is an unstoppable force of deliciousness. This is what my dreams look like when they come true:

French Onion

 

I’ve eaten half of it already. My breath smells sexy.

After doctor visits, working out, and dip, the only other high point of my day was Pathfinder (and the delicious cashew chicken curry dinner provided by JiJi). I managed not to die. From either.

Then, I ate some more dip and passed right out.

Today is another exciting day of doctors and tests. This time I get to actually have coffee before being poked and prodded. Actually, it shouldn’t be too bad today. I should be going and getting fitted for a Holter monitor. Which kind of looks like those robot squids things that attached to Wolverine’s heart in the last movie. And I get to wear it for a whole day. Goody.

Tomorrow they take it off of me. And then I will be assimilated.

(I’ve had the idea to make a Borg costume and mount a GoPro as an eyepiece.)

And with that, I’m out.

See ya’ tomorrow.

More soon.~SC


2 comments »

  1. Dave says:

    I drifted off for an indeterminate amount of time while watching that workout gif.

  2. Patty says:

    I tried the Triscuits and French Onion dip and I completely agree!!!

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