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Lousy Night's Sleep

January 11th, 2018 at 07:00 am

I had an awful night last night and got up late, intending not to go to the gym. But then I remembered that tomorrow I have a doctor's appointment, and it would make more sense to have my skip day tomorrow. So I will go. When I get ready.

I'm really happy the doctor's appointment has rolled around, because I want to talk to him about why I'm still coughing.

No spending yesterday. I went to my grandson's MLK program (2 hours!) He only performed in a small part of it, so I just tried to be patient and take it all in with high attention and good grace.

Tonight I'm going to his orchestra performance with the high school. This will be much easier on the ears!

I'm planning on doing a load of laundry today, and I may fill the gas tank. Not sure if it is down to the halfway level yet. I like to keep the tank half full in winter, even though right now we're having a warming spell. The cold weather will be back.

I heard that our natural gas bill is going to rise due to infrastructure refurbishment and replacement. My gas bill is not high, because it only fuels my gas stove, but I hate to hear of any bill rising right now. My gap year budget is going to be so stringent.

3 Responses to “Lousy Night's Sleep”

  1. rob62521 Says:

    It seems like everything keeps going up, either a few pennies or more. Gas prices downstate went up almost 20 cents yesterday so hope you got your gas tank filled up before it goes up there, if it does.

    I liked your comment about being patient and taking in the MLK performance with high attention and good grace. Shows you have integrity as well and common sense. The past few years when our schools would have a concert or performance, as soon as the child they were there for was finished, many of the parents would get up and leave, even if others were performing. Social graces are becoming extinct.

  2. frugaltexan75 Says:

    Rising prices on a fixed income is never a good thing.

  3. CB in the City Says:

    Thank you, Rob, I appreciate your nice comment. I have noticed some poor behavior among parents, too, though last night it was a pretty good audience.

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