A good night’s sleep is everything. It is the difference between a crappy day and a good day.
I slept well last night. Charlie always needs to go out. But I typically go to bed before 10 p.m. to get in enough sleep to account for that.
For me a good night’s sleep is 9-10 hours. Eight hours is cutting it close for me. My body seems to need more.
Everyone is different. I am always amazed when people say they can get by with 4 hours sleep.
I closed the curtains yesterday afternoon, reclined my chair all the way and curled up with a soft throw. I closed my eyes and tried to sleep. It is never successful, my napping during the day. But I will rest for a bit anyway.
My younger daughter loves to nap in the afternoon if she gets the chance. Seems to be no problem for her. She is like her dad that way.
My brain and body cannot adjust to slumber when it’s light outside for some reason.
Have you ever seen a ponytail palm sprout green in the base of the plant? I wonder if it’s going to shoot out a whole different plant there at that spot?
I’ve had these plants off and on and never seen one do this. It shall be interesting to watch.
Yesterday when I picked up Charlie from his acupuncture appointment I talked to the vet about the gripper socks I ordered for him. I took them with me.
She said getting a larger pair won’t make any difference. That that’s just the problem with those socks.
When they stay up they’re great. But they tend to slide down, and that makes it harder for him to walk instead of easier because the gripper is out of place.
Last night I watched 2 episodes of “Line Of Duty” on Acorn TV. I am really enjoying that show.
Can anyone tell me how to pause Acorn TV on Roku? Sometimes I have to leave the show to let Charlie outside.
Aren’t the new curtains pretty behind the Christmas tree? I think so with the red ornaments mixed in with the white and gold and silver.