|Cleveland, December 23, 2015|
Photo by Christopher Compton
by Gretchen Reynolds, NY Times 12/16/2015
... Our immune system reacts to invading microbes through a variety of cells. Some of these cells don’t directly combat the infection, but instead promote the development of inflammation. When we think of inflammation, we usually think of fever, swelling and redness. But inflammation can also be a good thing, helping the body to heal itself as it fights invading microbes ...
Distance: 3.2 miles
Route: Boulevard Loop
A damp evening, with temps in the mid-sixties. Yes, this is truly odd. I took my usual run, in shorts and the long-sleeved shirt I had had on today. The shirt was a bit too much, I would have preferred shorts sleeves.
We had friends over for a Christmas party last night, and spent part of it outside on the new deck.
The holiday party with the actor-teachers required our opening the windows.
Tomorrow we will join our extended family in Athens ... tomorrow and Christmas Day will be muh the same as it has been here today. And on Boxing Day it will be 70°.
Climate: yes. warm
Weight: 162 lbs.
Mood: a mite cheery
Yes, one sixty-two. That cheese dip has to go someplace.
What's That Lyric?
Paranoid Android - Radiohead