Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Almost Done, Mr. Scott!

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Highlighting Scotty again today, partly because so many readers are finding his journal fascinating... and partly because he may be my only friend on Facebook who isn't whining about gaining weight over the holidays!

Having spent both Chanukah and Christmas in the NASA study ward on a decidedly less-than-festive diet (well, at least according to someone hates cheese... but ironically wants a pizza when he leaves), Scott still seems to be in pretty good spirits -- and only has a couple days now before he gets to return home to Florida. Great job in the study, Scott!

Mr. Scott
Click here for the next journal entries, detailing his rise from the -6 degree tilt and ensuing effects, post-bedrest medical tests and muscle rehabilitation!

5 comments:

Writer X said...

Scott, very cool blog entries. Between the food and the massages, sounds like they're treating you well. Are you awakened each morning by the Rolling Stones, like the astronauts? :-)

Scott Saslow said...

If you read more, you'll find out that most of the food was fine but my hatred of cheese quickly became an issue. :-)

As for music, I don't believe we have woken up to the Stones. Most of the time, the music is unintelligible because it's piped in through a PA system. I was able to recognize Train's "Drops of Jupiter", Sonny & Cher, Will Smith, and a few Christmas songs.

Contrary to what my uncle said, we have not woken up to "Ground Control to Major Tom..."

Norman Copeland said...

For goodness sake Scott, mix the cheese with mustard and you won't taste it...

You need a brick wall and a boss...

Derrrrrrrrrrr!!!


[Who dares wins].

PillowNaut said...

That would work if subjects were allowed to pick their own condiments! Alas, no extra mustard...

Norman Copeland said...

I wanted to give my friend Douglas Mallette [www.thespaceadvocate.blogspot.com/} something for christmas and decided this would be a good gift...

Perhaps artists blogging should be trendy again soon...


Artist: John Singer Sargent{1856-1925}

painting: Elizabeth Winthrop Chanler

location: Smithsonian American art museum

painted: 1893

technique: Oil ...

[Some people lick their lips while in bed thinking about art technique... It sure does help putting the ghost to rest...]

Lol...

[Keep up the good work NASA]...