The closed day

Before writing this diary, I read the morning paper online.
It will be delivered at 2:30 a.m
It used to be 4:30 a.m, but it’s getting earlier.
There are probably many elderly business owners who wake up at this time and read the newspaper.
I often write this diary based on ideas and combinations of articles from that day.
There are a lot of current events.
That’s why I can’t write it down and put it away.
So, I thought about closing my diary on the days when it was closed, but I decided to start writing instead.
When I say “closed days," some people may mistake it for “non drinking days."
I used to be a big drinker.
For the past few years, I have completely stopped drinking.
Well, close to that.
I was stopped by a doctor due to a medical checkup, but I am grateful now.
Avoid dinner parties and have a business lunch in the afternoon.
As a result of the efforts of the secretary, the data in the liver is probably cleaner than that of you reading this.
Thanks to my abstinence from alcohol and a diet consisting mainly of vegetable soup and steak, my liver and pancreas remain healthy.
Nowadays, new rice arrives, so I cook my own rice at home and at work.
During this period, you need to be careful about your blood sugar.
The last hurdle for a young boy who doesn’t like alcohol or tobacco is diabetes.
I’ve lost my appetite for sweets.
This control is more difficult than alcohol.
With Salacia tea, I try to limit my sweets to one a day.
Every day ends with just effort.
I have a habit of stringing together unrelated things no matter what I hear.
Today, October 10th, when I wrote 10.10, I was reminded of the wireless audio code Ten Ten.
This means that the radio has ended.
I think that’s probably true.

Pulse oximeter 97/97/98
Body temperature 36.4 Blood sugar 148

CQCQ CEO Yasunari Koyama


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