(That’s Balmerese for “tired,” not shorthand for an insulting term for a person with cognitive deficits!) (See also “Yerp,” “UpAir,” and “Droodle Park” for “Europe,” “Up There,” and “Druid Hill Park,” respectively.)
After finally falling asleep at 2 a.m., I was up at 6:45 or so (the music/alarm failed to wake me at 6- YIKES), made the phone call I needed to make to arrange a visit, then hit the shower, got dressed and had some coffee and some breakfast with Diane. We talked for a bit and I worked on the scarf for her – re-started a bit wider to suit her wishes, which was just fine with me:). Then it was off to two client visits and then court this afternoon. Right before court I checked in on Diane and she was just fine – having just finished a visit from another friend and anticipating another visit later in the day.
Court was not very eventful, thank goodness, and then it was homeward bound. I was grateful to get home before the traffic got too busy and had some time to talk with John before he headed out to his two-job night, poor baby.
After some dinner (not really very good – yuck), I sat down and did some more knitting on Nancy’s sweater and Diane’s scarf – and as you can see, had a little vino with it. I figure I will be about 105 years old before I’m done with all these projects, but what a way to go!Well, this weekend is going to be all about the brief and right now the four-point-something night of sleep is now hitting me, so Gute Nacht und Schlaf’ gut!!
Good night, angels!+