I started wearing my Fitbit again. It tells me how little I walk (about 4,000 steps a day–I keep meaning to start walking for exercise but please tell me when I’m supposed to do that?) and it tells me how much I’m sleeping. Last night, I slept for five hours and 2 minutes. (That’s not enough and not my norm. I usually get closer to seven.)
So today, I was tired. I had an obligation this morning, beginning at 8:30 AM and remarkably enough, I was perfectly on time. I was back home, napping by 4:30 PM.
And now it’s time to get to bed because we will be robbed of an hour of sleep tonight. The start of Daylight Savings Time always reminds me of that time in college when Diane and I went to Sunday School, only to have it dismissed minutes after our arrival. It was then that we realized we had forgotten about Daylight Savings Time.
Well, this is a particularly boring way to resume blogging after a month of blog silence.
I’ve been willing time to move faster so my daughter will be finished with middle school which she seems to be enjoying less and less. (Does anyone enjoy middle school?) She was accepted into the high school of her choice. And she got her braces off. So, time is dragging and racing all at the same time.
So anyway, we’ll give this regular blogging-thing another shot.
And I will rejoice because the sun will set late enough for me to get to the beach after dinner. Hooray.