BC, so sorry about -- yes, the AGGRAVATION -- of your fender-bender. Which sounds like it's a bit more than "just" a fender-bender. The nerve of some people! Did she have insurance? Did you take photos? It sounds like it is clearly all on her. I hope you are able to get your repairs done, to your satisfaction, on her dime. Good the car still works.
Joe, let us know how you like the movie! l
Tweety, I had insomnia last night too, though I didn't have any furry creatures waking me up in the morning. They will usually just cuddle against my feet at night, and as I have some form of restless legs, I end up moving them to another part of the bed so I can kick and flail without hurting them. Good you have today off. Any plans?
I napped yesterday afternoon, but didn't mean to nap so long. That probably interfered with my being tired at bedtime. Well, for whatever reason, I didn't get to sleep till after 2am. The alarm was set for 7, and I got up. We have music today at Oak Glen, at the apple ranch. Temp should be around 70 so it should be nice! There were a couple fires in the valley on Thursday but they are out now and skies should be clear. Our whole band will be present today, which will be fun. After we play we will head down the hill or somewhere to eat an early dinner together and visit.
Yesterday we helped with music at the Gathering Place Sabbath School, at The Big Church. Dh met a friend he used to work with (since has retired, as has dh) whose wife is in the late stages of Alzheimers. It has been at least a 10-year journey for them. Very sad. And very expensive for full-time care, which is what she needs now. Anyway, he talked a long time with dh, which was probably good for them both (dh having recently lost his mom to some form of dementia). The friend asked if we would do music at her funeral service -- even had three songs chosen already. How can we say no? It is the least we can do. They are in our prayers, too.
Well I am whiling away time so dh can feed the cats their tuna treat. It's not much in each bowl, but it's a whole ritual to prepare and where each one is fed etc. I stay out of it. When they are done eating I will go get dressed for doing music (usually jeans, a long-sleeved western shirt, and vest), and then take the dog for his morning walk, to "empty tanks," as we call it. Both gray and black tanks. Then we will load the instruments into the car and drive up to pick up fiddler and head for the mountains.
Y'all have a good day!