This morning I was tired, like usual…guess why?! Because I didn’t sleep well last night!! Surprise surprise!! Again, I woke up when my hubby was getting up for work and I couldn’t fall back to sleep. After I dropped off my son at school, I had some oatmeal for breakfast. Then I went back upstairs. I didn’t go to bed right away though, I sat up and read for a bit. Then, at around 11:30, when I was still feeling really tired, I decided that I would try to sleep for a while. I napped until about 1:30. Then I went and picked up my daughter from school. I helped her get her lunch (well, more like a supper really) ready for dance tonight. Then I went on my phone for a while. My hubby came home from work at around 2:30. He picked up my son from school. Then he and I dropped off our daughter at dance and went to Costco. When we got home, my daughter had just finished peeling potatoes, I cut them and got them boiling. We bought a pre-baked chicken at Costco. I also made some corn to go with everything, although I’m pretty sure that corn isn’t easy to digest and probably doesn’t show up on my recommended diet…Once everything was ready, we ate in the living room and watched a downloaded copy of Captain Marvel that my daughter got. It was pretty good. We needed to watch it before we go to the new Avengers End Game, which is finally in theatres!! When it ended I had about 10 minutes before I had to get dressed to go pick up my daughter and her friend from dance. I went and got them, we were all thirsty, sonI bought myself a drink and them slurpies on the way home. Then we dropped off her friend and came home. My son feels like he’s getting sick, which isn’t good!! My daughter had him in bed, but he was having a hard time falling asleep, because he wasn’t feeling well. Eventually he fell asleep though. I went on my phone for a bit. Now I’m going to get ready for bed. I’m beat!!
Night All! 💤😴
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