Steps: 10, 654.

Breakfast: 2 -3 cups coffee (seems regular), 1/2 grilled salmon patty, apple in the car driving to work – seems to make the drive less stressful


Snack: banana after a 2-hour talk to the FBI academy in Cleveland about wellness. These are the people (there were a fair number of female agents too) protecting us, so any time I’m asked to do this in and around Cleveland I try to find a way to do it.

Lunch: Subway foot-long veggie (no cheese, no oil—I love me) sandwich at main campus. Saw patients from 7 to 9 a.m. and then again in afternoon.

Snack: apple and coffee

Did radio show for letsmoveit.org for Alan Kays show –great host. 

Dinner: ate late, but salmon burgers, broccoli, and green beans plus some wine and coffee
Snack: too many walnuts and cashews
Kitchen closed at 9:45 p.m.

Comments on the day: Survived a tough day in my mind—that is 6 hours of lecture in 5 days.

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