My eyes are heavy too, Harmony -but then an hour & a half of sleep just doesn't cut it!
Had to be up and on the road by 7:20 this morning for an 8:45 appointment for dh's pre-op. We were there plenty early but it was 'rush hour' so had no idea how to judge. It's really easy getting to the hospital though. Good to know. Now have lots of notes to jot down on the calendar as to when he can take certain meds.
Went by way of Spencerport on the way home to drop off my necklace that holds my ruby cross (dh gave that to me for our 40th wedding anniversary). The spring in the clasp is gone so surely don't dare wear it. For that little bitty clasp it costs a grand total of $81.
Unbeknownst to him I handed them the receipt for my rings. He was very surprised and pleased. I probably haven't worn them in 30 years. Seems so strange to look down and see that diamond. See if my kids notice -and yes I am enjoying them, Nancy.
My body is screaming "NAP!" I'll be so glad when this surgery is behind us. Know dh is in constant pain. He tells them his pain level at the 'present' is a 2 -I know better.
Hardly seems possible, but dd only has a little over 3 weeks left to be here. That, of course, depends on her MIL and how she does in the next couple of weeks.