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I've decided to put up a picture of my bathtub. My nurses call it "The Peanut" and for good reason. It might not be the most sophisticated piece of technology I deal with but it's kinda fun. Some people would call it a challenge but I don't think it's so bad. I have really adapted well to everything that comes my way. And after a day of working out on the ZLS it feels great to get clean.
Yesterday I got half way done with my exercises in the lab, when a supporting cable started to fray. Sarah canceled the rest of the run for the day so they could take time to fix it, so I got to leave the office early on Friday.
I would also like to make a comment about the newspaper article in The Solon Times. I was miss quoted all over that article. That man didn't get anything right. I'm hung up for "hours" I didn't go through "grueling" test. There were no other volunteers along with me either. I thought the article was flat and had no energy to it and poorly written. And I though it was funny how in the middle of nowhere it said I was single. I did however have and interview with the Plain Dealer that went very well and there should be an article in a few weeks.