Monthly Archives: January 2012

One of these days…

I will get to sleep in on a day off.  I won’t drive down to the Cleveland Clinic on my day off.  I won’t pay to park in its garage.  I won’t have to get a chest X-ray. I won’t … Continue reading

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Now, for the good news!

First of all, Jon Wertheim posted one of my questions on his mailbag for Day 10 for the Australian Open!  Yay!  Cross something off the list.  Second of all, we got pictures of happy Rafa.  Today, life is good. 🙂 

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BBBBBBBOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!

Women’s Australian Shriek Off 2012 Azarenka vs. Sharapova.  Irish legends tell of a terrifying feminine spirit called the Banshee, and when you heard her scream, it meant that someone in your family would die.  Moral of the story, if you do choose … Continue reading

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Clijsters d. Wozniacki

Don’t get mad, get glad!  Even though Caroline Wozniack has come to symbolize for me the lack of respect that women seem to get, I don’t really have anything against her.  But I love Aussie Kim.  How can you not … Continue reading

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Is this equality?

A few weeks ago, I posted that Caroline Wozniacki Makes Me Mad.  Well, it’s not so much Caroline Wozniacki that makes me mad, it’s the lack of respect that women seem to get for being anything other than hot.  Arienna … Continue reading

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A New Approach

As I hinted at in my latest post, I have decided to take a completely different approach to my surgery, one that is completely foreign approach to me.  As I stated earlier on this blog, I am from Cleveland, and … Continue reading

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Grade Inflation

Ok, Jon Wertheim’s mid-term grades are in, and now is a good time to talk about grade inflation.  Sam Stouser was given a C.  I’m sorry, the reigning US Open champion lost in the first round of the AO, her … Continue reading

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Upset Disappointment

Ok, I now have a bit of an upset in the AO.  And yet, I am disappointed.  Hewitt defeated Raonic in the third round, which I was not predicting.  But I’m also disappointed, because I wanted to see Raonic play … Continue reading

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My biggest fear

I will have the standard surgery, which involves an inch and a half incision on the front of the throat.  It will leave a scar, but the surgeon always cuts in the crease of the neck, so as it fades, … Continue reading

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February 10th

I finally (FINALLY!) got a date for my surgery, February 10th.  My surgeon is young, and very personable, which is suprising.  I was expecting an older grump, since surgeons usually do their best work when the patient is nonresponsive.  I … Continue reading

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