Oh, hey! Look who has their own instagram account! You can follow Lulu on IG: @SweetSeniorLulu
And you can, of course, follow her sister (and internet darling) Suji @NewOldPugSuji
Went for my annual physical today. The highlights…
Blood Test: According to the tech, women fare much better at having their blood drawn. One in three men pass out. I’m in no position to argue stats but, nevertheless, had to look away.
Kinesiologist: Confirmed I am inflexible, both figuratively and literally.
Dietitian: I was told that if my eating plan is working for me, I should just keep doing what I’m doing. Akemi was disappointed I didn’t get called out for the back to back pistachio cream bombolones that made back to back appearances in my requisite 3-Day Food Journal.
Stress Test/EKG: My morning workout routine paid off. I am, apparently, in excellent shape. So I rewarded myself with a Tokyo style Nashville fried chicken sandwich for lunch. And a pistachio cream bombolone.
Vision/Auditory Tests: Apparently, I’m getting older.
Ultrasound: The technician seemed disquietingly thorough.
Blood test results next week! Have I lowered my cholesterol? Have I raised my vitamin D levels? Stay tuned!
“Normally I don’t recommend shows that end on cliffhangers, but it’s by far the most gentle cliffhanger I’ve ever experienced. There is no peril, in fact they are escaping peril, and all we are left with is plenty of time for Eli to solve a problem that we all know he can solve.”
“Of course there are layers to Dark Matter’s reveal that go to the show’s core questions surrounding identity. Who can people be when they are given a clean slate via amnesia? The crew of the Raza makes the conscious choice to be better people than they once were, which lends every solved mystery more weight.”
Finally, here’s that Ultimate Kpop Playlist.