I just got back from the doctors office for my driving license health check and that is what he put on the form I have to send to the licensing agency :)
'Man' aside there is nothing better to see on the form I think. It's been a few years since I was called young as well :)
Eyesight was perfect, slight issues with me knowing left from right - but pointing with my hands got around that problem. There no no trace of anything in the urine test and my body made the noises and had the reactions he expected when he started to hit it.
The only cause for concern was my blood pressure - 155/90. But then it was a medical and I was stressed because of that. He did say it was outside of normal range, but in the circumstances nothing to be concerend about. I have seen it higher in the UK - 160/120 - the doctors didn't believe that could be true and made me come back 2 weeks later to recheck it. I so love white coat syndrome.
This means that I can now send off for my license, complete with trucks and busses that nobody I know over here thinks I should have on the license (just because I have never sat in the driving seat of either, and never taken a test).
The one question that I am not sure if I answered correctly... Do you have any phycological problems. Does GID count? I assumed not so said nothing. And seeing as he said I passed the cursory test with flying colours I guess it doesn't matter...
Well roll on 4pm so I can ride home on the bike in more comfort than I rode here - it was bitterly cold this morning, and it felt like it took hours to get the feeling back in my fingers.
Well time to get some work done I suppose...