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I wish I could take a nap this afternoon, yes!
I have been busy since I got up this morning. I got up a half an hour before Al did. I slapped some water on my face to open my eyes. Brushed my teeth. You see it is my fault I am tired today. Usually I can place the blame on caring for Al or my age. Last night my son and his family and a couple of friends came here in the evening.
A fire was started in the pit. Watching the glow caused conversation to flow easily and with checking on Al and snacks, medicine and good times I never crawled into bed until almost 1 in the morning. This is definitely against my body clock. Even when I went to bed I could still hear the chatter and laughter outside my window as the gathering still was in gear.
I got dressed and started the coffee. Then turned on the TV for Al so he could find something to bitch about besides his illness. I got Al up and washed him. Put a clean brief and clothes on him and pushed him in his wheelchair to the kitchen.
Then Rhino, our fat cat heard voices and he had to be a part of our breakfast club. He mewed and I kept saying, “not now, later, no petting during cooking breakfast.” I think he was ignoring my request. He is so impatient when it comes to him.
Al wanted pancakes and sausage and one glazed doughnut. Along with orange juice and milk and his medications he and the cat ate their breakfast. Al wanted in his recliner after brushing his teeth.
He has been sitting and dozing for about two hours now. While he was taking it easy I dumped the cat box and put new litter in it. I swept the kitchen floor. I cleaned Al’s bathroom and made his bed.
I made those two recipes this morning. Remember the ones I posted last night? Sausage Casserole and Chocolate Chip Gooey Cake. Those took a while but they turned out looking pretty.
Now I am here taking a few moments to check-up on you and write this. Next I will be in changing Al’s brief and considering lunch ideas with him. After lunch he may try to squeeze a short nap in. This is where my wish comes in. I want to take a nap this afternoon too. Yes, it would be perfect timing, but alas, I will not be able to.
I will be getting Al’s clean clothes and brief out and getting clean clothes on myself because he has an eye doctor appointment this afternoon. We shall figure out how much more vision he has lost since last October. I know it is going to be a difference as he can not see handwriting anymore.
When we get home he may want to take another nap and then I might get lucky as they say and take a few winks myself.
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Isn’t it kinda strange to have an optician’s appointment on a Saturday?(Or maybe its just rare in my neck of the woods.)
You are still doing way too much, haphazard is the perfect word to describe your days, Terry! No wonder you feel tired!
they have Saturday appointments for special reasons, and in my eyes, not messing up Al’s routine through the week with his Day care Program was reason enough and I think the eye doctor thought so too since they set him up for his appointment. I know, I am so tired, but who’s going to do the work?
Take those nap opportunities whenever you can. No Guilt Allowed! By taking a nap you are stronger to help Al, sometimes dusting comes second
you are right, and this week I only dusted once, I have taken little naps more often but still tired, lol
I’m sure you are, you’ve a lot on your plate. Take care.
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