June 27th, 2003

Fiona and me in the snow

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I should really learn to go to bed at a reasonable hour as to reset my body clock to what it should be, and that is waking up at a reasonable hour. I woke p about fifteen minutes before 10 this morning, and though many of you would agree that this is not at all late, for me it is monstrously late. I keep telling myself that this jetlag wil clear eventually and all will be well until the fifth of july at which time I go to Arizona and it gets screwed up yet again.

The doctors appointment went well. We gave Dr. Aronson some fish which I'm sure he'll really like. My arm is sufficiently healed so I don't really have to wear the splint anymore unless I like play full contact football ro something (I'm sure I'll be doing that soon). He confirmed my theory that my bone condition does in fact help to screw up my ribs at inordinately stupid times, and that I shouldn't be worried, its normal to screw up my ribs, grin.

After we went to the doctor, we headed over to the Arkansas restoration museum. I wished I could touch some of the stuff, but as usual, the explicit instructions were to not touch anything in the house. The period living history actor was cool though and his acting skills were equally good. I'm not sure what else I can say about that as I didn't get a whole lot out of it.

So I'm sitting here now, doing another show. I'm really just listening to music and broadcasting it incidentally. I doubt many people really listen to my show, and I'm not sure if our station will really pick up; it seems to be slowing down as of late. Anyway, I suppose I'll go now to await writing on another day. More soon.