1- THE BABYSITTERS CLUB ON NETFLIX.
YOU GUYS. THIS IS SO GOOD.
I haven’t watched TV for quite some time, but THIS IS WORTH IT. I was a hardcore fan back in ~1988 or so, with fond memories of walking to the local bookstore (Encore Books in Manoa Shopping Center) to buy the latest release as soon as it came out. I believe the usual price was $2.50. My allowance never lasted.
I read each of the early volumes (and many of the later ones) approximately 37 times and can spit out random facts about many of the fictional Stoneybrook families even today. Stacey McGill is at least 5% of the reason I am a pediatric endocrinologist (I hope the modern Stacey gets a pump & a Dexcom!). Admittedly, because of my diehard attachment to the original books, I was a little nervous about how good this series would be.
To be fair I have only seen ep#1, but — I loved it. It was very sweet without being cloying, and with soooooo many nostalgic Easter eggs that it was just constantly entertaining and I felt like the actors they chose were just . . . charming and perfect. RECOMMEND.
(I am debating whether to try to watch it with Annabel — thus far it seems entirely appropriate — or keep it as my own special treat. Hmmm . . . . )
2- MR. CLEAN MAGIC ERASER.
We have one child that is constantly writing on things (walls, etc) in crayon and yes — we are trying to hide the crayons, and we continually instruct her to STOP. But in the meantime, I was pretty shocked at how well this item worked.
I was originally going for 3, but I can’t think of a 3rd right now and . . . why force it?
Cardio Core workout
Patients (all telehealth; will be attempting to work with/teach a resident remotely. She will start some of the telehealth encounters and call me to present. I will have her write notes after I debrief her. We will see how this goes!)
Hopefully a walk in there somewhere
Maybe more BSC if I’m lucky.