Links of interest (to Eric in particular):
Beta-carotene could help slow the natural decline in lung function
And ABC has been doing a several stories about adults with autism: Here and Here. The second is the better of the two, though the on-line videos are the best presentation.
After jogging yesterday morning, I discovered that it was possible for me to go out and play pick-up. I figured I’d go out throw around a little, play a few points… I was there until last point, and the white team definitely had the speed advantage. At least girl-wise. I think I might have touched the disc a total of three times. And then I went out today to run against Cayla. And the new guy. Who I scored on. I only feel a little bad about that because he did poach in on the throw to Eric, and therefore wasn’t near me when Eric threw it to me.
So. Do I start reading Model Species from the beginning once again? Or do I play around with the ending, which is long overdue? The first option would be much more palatable if I could read it somewhere other than at my desk. Perhaps writers love laptops so much because they mean that re-reading can be done somewhere far away from their desk. Or at least across the room from their desk…