Keisha met with the cardiologist Tuesday. I wish all doctors were as great as this guy was. He obviously read and was familiar with Keisha's file before he entered the room, and his care and assurance were obvious. Thankfully, and praise God, I might add, he sees no cause for immediate concern, and says that she can continue on with the labor plans as normal (instead of an induction and C-section). She does have high BP, which is a somewhat common concern many pregnant women face, but other than that, the cardiologist sees nothing as bad as Keisha feared.
I'm almost a hundred pages into Scalzi's Old Man's War, which showed up at my house in an unmarked padded envelope one evening with the post. Through careful deduction and innocent skullduggery, I tracked down who sent it to me. It's a reader of this blog. So thanks for that gift, and I'm really enjoying it so far.
(As a side, it's amazing how generous bloggers and blog-readers are. Humanity, it seems, hasn't hit the crapper yet. Sure, there are jerks out there, and we're all idiots, but as far as I can tell, the readers of Rememorandom are some of the finest out there.)
There once was a band that had a single on a Paste sampler I once owned. This song always brought a smile to my ears (?) whenever it entered the straits of my iPod. And then, later, there was another free single from the band, which again was marvelous. But that was as far as I got with them. Until recently. For you see, I was perusing the cd shelves in the library when, by crazy random happenstance, I saw their eponymous album. I checked it out and have nearly swooned with tweenage giddiness at their delightful harmonies and exotic sounds. I am talking about
I miss Arrested Development... Sure, Modern Family is pretty funny, but there's nothing out there that compares to the humor AD had. Not even How I Met Your Mother, which, let's face it, is losing steam. Uh, what?
I'm rambling. Must be time to end this sucker. Maybe a review tomorrow, I dunno. Probably no flash-fic, unless I get a chance to edit some. We'll see. Okay then.