Blogging Tunes: Howard Stern - 1/19/10
About 4 weeks ago, I had a craving for Pop Tarts -- no idea where it came from. So Charles brought me some Strawberry and Blueberry Muffin flavored frosted Pop Tarts. By the time he brought them, though, the craving had passed, and then my appetite started to disappear.
Fast forward to 6:45a PT today. As I sit down to compose my final blog entry from St. Mary's, there's an absolutely gorgeous San Francisco sunrise starting. Here's a view of the fog layer before the sun made its appearance:
and a few minutes later:
My Blackberry camera really doesn't do these pictures any kind of justice, but trust me, the view is simply spectacular. Click here for some real pictures of San Francisco sunrises (via flickr).
Anyway, I had the nurse bring me a milk, and I busted into the Pop Tarts this morning :)
Haven't had one in I-don't-know-how-many years. Yummmmm!
Anyway, it looks like they are going to spring me at noon! I can't believe it -- I've been here for so long. So I gotta get some stuff together as I'm sure doctors are going to start popping in left and right. Before I do, though, I wanted to share a few pictures from Heather and Floyd's visit yesterday. Yep, in addition to visiting Saturday, they came by Monday after Acrosports (an activity that Floyd still does in the city through the end of the month).
We even went outside for a few minutes. First time I'd been outside in a month! Damn.
Look at the camera, buddy!
So if all goes well, my next blog entry will be authored from our new house in San Rafael.
Before I press "publish," I want to recognize a few very special people here at St. Mary's. Overall, the staff has been very good. I've probably had 20 different nurses, and with the exception of one or two, they are all good. Still, there are always a couple standouts and I want to give them props. So big thanks to the following exceptional nurses: Mary, Regina, Myung Ju (Judy), and Chelsea. These four brought their A+ game every shift. Thanks for making my stay a good one. And of course, mega-props to Cheri, Dr. Bobs, right-hand nurse.
So the plan is: outta here at noon; one day at home; 8am appointment at UCSF Thursday morning. No rest for the weary. Thanks for your support everyone.
I will kick its ass,