Saturday July 18 2015
Waking up at 10:30 a.m.
Oatmeal with Cinnamon, Chia Seeds, Strawberries, Maple Syrup, and Yogurt. Runa Guayusa Tea.
All day shift at China Wok.
It's busy for a summer afternoon.
Delivering to the physicians at the hospital like I do every weekend. I usually go directly to their office where all of them do their office work together. They're such nice guys and we always share a few jokes when I bring them their Chinese food. On a whim I decide to show them the rash on my left arm and in a flash they turn into doctor mode. The smiley Jamaican doc asks a couple questions and takes a look, and within a minute he makes a diagnosis – he thinks it's a bacterial infection because of the puss developed at the base of the hair follicles. He writes me a free prescription for Bactrim. Even though I'm really trying to heal this rash the natural way antibiotics is another option for me. This was very nice of him.
Me: "I really appreciate this! Thanks."
Dried Peaches. Mangosteen.
When delivering to the hospital for the second time I find the piano man tinkering away at the keys once again. Hearing the melodies relieves me from the delivery driver stress.
Grilled PB&J with Bee Pollen. Plantain Chips. Honey Green Tea.
Listening to a BackStory podcast on the history of pursuing happiness – this has to be the most enlightening episode I've heard from them.
Rain. Rain. Rain. It's one of those days where I have to keep the A/C on all day to fight the rainy humid air from fogging up my windshield. But as always, with the nasty weather comes more business. I'm delivering a plethora of orders today, almost 50% more than yesterday. I can't complain.
Off work and back home.
Ana baked Salmon. I enjoy a hefty serving with Broccoli and Rice.
Finishing Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003).
Soaking in a bath of tea tree oil and Vitamin E oil. Showering.
Researching information on Bactrim and in general how to maintain the good bacteria in the body while taking antibiotics.
Sleep 3:30 a.m.
[i] Image by me.
Posted by James Robert Smith at 5:29 PM