And using a different alarm did make a difference, I did get out of bed almost on time and managed my whole morning routine. Husband was a little miffed that I was still taking my blood pressure when he showed up but that didn’t take long.
I did spend a little more time reading and crocheting than I wanted but actually did open the manuscript for the first time in two weeks or so.
I did the dishes and brushed my teeth and then went off to see my doctor. I wanted to talk to him about the reflux issue to see what I should do until my gastroscopy in February and got a metaphorical pat on the back, I’m doing everything right, apparently. While I was there I also got my third FSME shot.
Then I went to the supermarket where I get our yogurt, then to a drugstore where I didn’t get what I was looking for, then the pharmacy and then the health food store. Came back home around lunchtime but my husband wasn’t finished cooking yet. He was doing a recipe and harvesting arugula and preparing it had taken way longer than expected. The big bowl of arugula melted down to almost nothing:
After lunch the boy and I talked a bit until I was almost late for teaching.
I had one student canceling and two who wanted their lessons online, did some teaching admin and was finished earlier than usual. Ate dinner, talked with the boy some more, did the dishes, started writing this post, finally took a shower, did Duolingo, watched some C-drama while crocheting and went to bed.
Today should be a pretty short teaching day. I probably won’t do any strength training so I can rest after my shot. Maybe I’ll even get around to opening the manuscript again.