A few graphs before bed
Another long period without posting. Then again, some of the things which have been happening recently have not been worth posting about. I learned that the hard way throughout May.
I’m trying to reform in June. I’m only eight days through. Every day is a tiny victory, a minute step forward. I just have to keep doing it. Tomorrow’s session with Crista will be important in that regard.
I’m about to go to bed. I went to bed at 10 p.m. Monday in order to do a home sleep study, and I found I had one of my best nights of sleep in a long time. It wasn’t nearly as good last night, but then again, I left the TV on too long. I’m going to turn the TV off tonight and set the alarm for 7 a.m.
The good news is I’m pretty much packed up for the trip east tomorrow afternoon. I’m spending the morning and early afternoon in Hays for appointments, first with Crista, then to Dr. Jones to get my eyes checked, then back to High Plains to see Dr. Patriarca. Finally on the road by 2:15.
I won’t arrive in Overland Park–I don’t have any plans to go into Missouri this time–until after 6, but that’s not a big deal, since I’m there Friday, Saturday and Sunday, too. Without much work to do, I’ll get to lounge around and spend plenty of time at Buffalo Wild Wings.
Cleveland looks like it will win Game 3 of the NBA Finals over Golden State. Pittsburgh can win the Stanley Cup tomorrow night. Oklahoma won the softball College World Series. The Royals lost again. That’s all for sports.