LOW TIRE PRESSURE, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
I survived 12-12-12, although the date holds no particular significance to me. I suppose those born on this date will read something special into it. I was actually more focused on 12-13-12 aka Thursday, the thirteenth (glad it wasn’t Friday). I had my quarterly PSA check to find out if I would live long enough to swan dive over the fiscal cliff or to be wiped out by whatever the Mayans have planned. In this case, PSA is not Pacific Southwest Airlines or a Public Service Announcement. My PSA is the level of Prostate-Specific Antigens in my system I take to identify any recurrence of prostate cancer. I’m relieved to say, my PSA level is currently undetectable. Now I can concentrate on worrying about Boehner and those Mayans. Not sure who’s scarier.
On my way home from the doctor’s office, a little tire-icon light came on the dash of my car. I stopped by my nearest Discount Tire, where there were more vehicles backed up than on the 101 at rush hour (apparently everybody’s tire light was on). As I maneuvered into the waiting line, I recalled being told by a tire guy that when the temperature makes a drastic change, tires lose pressure. It turned out that all four of my relatively new tires were about 13lbs under the 35lbs recommended.
I tell you all this to remind you to;
· Get Your Tire Pressure Checked
· Get Your Blood Pressure Checked
· Get A PSA Test
Hug somebody you love
- and remember to count your blessings