Battery drained, then recharged

I was dead tired last night. Dead tired. I fell asleep while watching the Giants-Packers game, one of the rare times I have fallen asleep like that since starting to use the CPAP. 

I put the CPAP on at 10:15 last night and didn’t wake up until 6:40, so I was good to go for today. Haven’t felt the need to nap today. 

Didn’t get to Buffalo Wild Wings until 1 today. Nothing really going on in sports until 3 when the Nationals and Dodgers play Game 3 in Los Angeles. The teams had to play yesterday in Washington after the rainout Saturday, and must be tired following the six-hour flight, but they flew charter. 

My drop-dead time for Buffalo Wild Wings tonight is 8:30. I want to have a little time to get some writing done before I go to bed. I’m not too worried, because I was out a long time last Monday with the trip to Norton. 

I received the Mid-Continent League volleyball tournament bracket this morning. Good news: Norton plays in the fieldhouse at TMP, meaning I will get better photos. Bad news: the Bluejays are in the same bracket with TMP and Plainville, two teams which have given Norton fits. Norton plays Ellis and Trego Thursday, and Plainville and TMP Saturday. 

The Monday Night game doesn’t interest me. Tampa Bay at Carolina, which won’t have Cam Newton. The loser can forget about winning the NFC South, with Atlanta 4-1. The winner will still have an uphill climb to reach the playoffs. 

I brought my bleu cheese to Buffalo Wild Wings. I told Robb and Dawn yesterday I would not order wings, considering I ate 55 over the last three days, but the place is Buffalo Wild WINGS, so maybe sticking with wings is the best choice. 

About David

I am a sportswriter for a group of weekly newspapers in small towns across northern Kansas. I grew up in New Orleans, went to college at LSU and wandered in the wilderness until Hurricane Katrina finally put me on the path to my current job.

Posted on October 10, 2016, in Personal, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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