A restful Sunday... listed and logged.
Thoughts on waking: Last night brought massive insomnia and too little sleep. Hopefully there'll be some serious nap time in my Sunday. The morning's health metrics were mixed. As expected after a short night's sleep, the body weight was up by a few pounds: I never like seeing that. But the BP was fine. And the financials were good, no surprises there.
Thoughts in the evening: They say Sunday is supposed to be a day of rest, and mine has certainly been that. Never did get around to that haircut, maybe tomorrow. After checking a few favorite podcasts early, the rest of my day has been spent moving from my room to the recliner in the front room and back again, following football games and taking care of quiet chores. Given last night's insomnia, I don't expect to be up late tonight. Most likely I'll drift off to sleep while listening to the 2nd half of this Vikings-Seahawks game.
Prayers, etc.: 08:00 – Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel 08:30 – Salve Regina, Gloria Patri 09:00 – Day 8 of the KofC Novena for the Cause of Life, meditation and prayer 15:15 – Sunday prayers of the Association of the Auxilium Christianorum 15:30 – Mt 22:1-14 19:30 – 5 Decades of the Rosary, The Glorious Mysteries
Diet: 09:30 – bowl of oatmeal and an apple 12:20 – croissant 13:00 – vegetable and meat soup 14:00 – munching on cheese 17:30 – Arby's RB sandwich and chocolate shake
Chores, etc.: 09:45 – checking podcasts, videos, blog posts, and news reports from my favorite sources 13:00 – listen to football on the radio, Houston broke their losing streak today. The Cowboys won too, but lost their Quarterback. Was able to grab a half hour power nap during the Dallas game. 17:00 – bought an Arby's take-out dinner for Sylvia and me
Chess: 19:00 – moved in many CC games
And the adventure continues.
Published on 11 October 2020, ~20:45 CDT, this is my post number 82/100/365 of the https://100daystooffload.com blogging challenge.
- by Roscoe