of the hubby. I knew from his hunting trips lately, where I've stayed home, that I definitely sleep better when he is here. But I don't think he's ever been gone for 5 nights straight. So that's five nights where I am not able to fall into a deep sleep and actually get some rest. I stay a lot more alert listening for things that could be wrong. It has been mentioned in front of my parents that I do complain if I have to sleep without the hubby. My dad has confessed I get this from him. He is the same way if my mom isn't in bed when he wants to go to sleep. So how in the world did I survive 23 years in my little twin bed? Maybe I should revert to my childhood ways when he's gone and fill my bed with stuffed animals? he he I do arrange the pillows to where they take up space beside me.
So after night one of rough sleep I wimped out and slept an hour later deciding when the alarm when off I would just drive Holly in.
After night two I got her up in time and on the bus. Then came in and went back to bed. I wasted the morning, and ended up vegging most of the day only doing small chores here and there. So no good project progress.
I had to have a better morning this time because I am headed about 60 miles to go look at a car at a dealership we have been talking to (I think I failed to mention that the van was declared totaled). I am not looking forward to doing this without Larry. I mainly just have to check and make sure it is in decent shape for us to continue our interest in it. I refuse to test drive anything (especially with 4x4), so Larry will do that when he returns as long as I approve of everything else. So again no good project progress today.
So in preparation for a better night I had a nice long bubble bath to relax, and planned to go to bed earlier. The earlier didn't happen, but I do feel much better this morning.
OK, enough rambling...on with the day.