There’ll always be the first time for everything and people always say first time experience can give you an unforgetable impression. Do you agree? For ex, your first teeth, first entering school, first job, first love, first kiss, first car, first spouse.. oops, ha ha..
As year has changed, the repetition started from my 2nd time experiencing spring, the busy-ness for those administrative stuffs, and today also the 2nd time for the annual check up in the campus. If you ever read and laughed me for the last year frustating medical check up, today I felt frustating, but in different way.
1. Body weight& height measurement
I began to think that even digital machine doesn’t guarantee the accuracy. My height changed to 158.5cm instead of last year’s measurement 156.7cm. And the weight? haha, it’s 54kg.. The last year 52.5kg already frustated me, but now I should accept the reality, because in the winter I put on my weight until 57kg, yay! ~freaky, the heaviest weight in my life time. And the BMI was 21.
Yosh, hope in summer, I can get back the shape to 49/50kg, wanna have sunbathing with bikini in Bali. ha ha..
2. Chest x-ray
Last year, I completely clueless on the instruction to take off the bra(hadagi-肌着）, pin the hair, but today, not because I’ve got the experience that made me comprehend the procedure, but I found that my Japanese was improved (a little), ha ha..
3. Blood pressure and the questionaires of medical history
The blood pressure not that changed with the last year. 103-64.
4. Blood test
I was so relax that it took me not that long as last year.🙂
The nurse was shocked seeing me only wear one blouse, asking if it’s not cold.. ha ha.. Yup, I get used to love the 11 degree Celcius, so I responded her with smile.. She replied “It’s because you’re still young, heh.. ha ha..” while checking and telling my result was good.
Last year I got my period (seiri-生理）、fortunately I didn’t have it today during the checkup but have it after the medical check up’s over. fufufu..
So what made me frustating?
It rained heavily this morning, that the train was on delay.. And it then affected my plan to complete the medical check up before the class’s started.
So I was doing everything extremely fast : run fast with heavy stuffs, wrote the application fast, skipped the 3 persons that had come earlier before me, and made all the swift movements from one phase to another phase of the medical check-up.
Yet, I was still late for 20 mins for the class. Entering the class, soon be offered the kanji quiz paper to be completed parallely listening to sensei’s explanation. Yay..
Anyway thanks God for this day : 2 reports’re submitted, kanji quiz and the medical check up were all done. Also thank you for the wonderful one year in Japan!