Back in 1956, I bought an LP record. Frank Sinatra's, "Songs for Swingin Lovers". All of my young friends loved that LP and loved Sinatra. We played Frank's records at our socials [our 50s word for a party].
I still love Frank Sinatra. But that LP record is long gone. Now I listen to that same record's songs on YouTube. The person who uploaded that LP record to YouTube, even took a pic of the Sinatra record jacket and posted it with their YouTube songs!
Now, here's the point of this blog post. When I found "Songs for Swingin Lovers" on YouTube, and began to play it, an advertisement played first. Before the song started. I watched this ad because it looked kind of familiar!
The ad was from Sycuan Resort. I am playing golf tomorrow at Sycuan Resort's, Pine Glen Golf Course!? I am pretty sure that this ad is no coincidence. Because I wrote an email to my friend about playing at Pine Glen just yesterday!
They are watching me. But how do they do it?
Booked Tijuana hotel
Remember that I wrote to you about my upcoming trip to Guatemala? Just this morning, I also booked the Gamma de Fiesta Hotel in Tijuana for January 30th, the day before the Guatemala flight.
The flight takes off at 1:45am, January 31st. All I have to do to make that flight is, take a taxi from my hotel to the airport and check in to the Volaris desk at the Tijuana Airport before 11:45pm.
Traveling info for me can get confusing. I'm making reservations weeks before my trip. I don't want to forget details. As I make a reservation, I write all the info down on a small note pad with the oldest note on top.
I could put all that info into my iPhone's "Notes" App. But I'm an old fashioned guy. I like being able to simply pull my notes out of my jacket pocket while traveling.
Sleep test [Chapter 2]
Remember me writing to you about my Kaiser doctor wanting to check me out for "Obstructive Sleep Apnea"? Well, this afternoon, Kaiser's neurology lab phoned to inform that the test was positive! I have it!
That piece of testing equipment that I wore to bed last nite recorded that I stopped breathing during sleep an average of 20.9 times per hour. That's a lot!
The next thing that will happen is that I will get an appointment from Kaiser neurology in order to obtain an APAP machine. The APAP will allow me to breathe thruout my sleep without my stop breathing episodes.
My Aunt Shirley will be interested in this turn of events in my life! Aunt Shirley has been predicting that I have Sleep Apnea for several decades.