It’s been a dreary, lazy Saturday here. I pulled some muscles in my chest when I inadvertently smacked into the wall between the kitchen and the dining room a couple of nights ago and said muscles didn’t decide to protest until earlier this morning. Boy, once they got started—watch out!! My eyes have, however, improved since I started using the allergy drops. So there is good news, too.
Speaking of health issues and good news, let’s talk about about a certain handsome physician called Dr. Alec Track from Richard’s first starring role after N&S, “The Golden Hour.”
Never has a neon orange jumpsuit looked so darned appealing. The white T-shirt that cunningly bares his shapely biceps is very fetching, too.
Dr. Track is not just a looker; he’s dedicated and caring with a wonderful bedside manner. You know you are in good hands—literally and figuratively—if Dr. Track arrives on his helicopter to look after you.
Call Patrick Dempsey’s character in Grey’s Anatomy Dr. McDreamy if you will; but my money is on Dr. Track—the original Dr. McDreamy.