I tossed and turned until my covers were a mess and finally just got on up. That is such a miserable feeling and state of being. At least, I have all day to sleep which will throw my schedule into helter skelter. It shows how I can’t take too much going on in my life.
All was quiet on the home front last night despite my greatest fears. Carolyn never showed up and I never got another call.
“Has she shown up yet?” My father asked when he called to check on me.
“Thankfully no,” I replied. “I didn’t want to have to deal with all that tonight.”
“Well, you go get some rest and I will talk to you in the morning. Don’t forget to take your nightly meds.”
“I’ve already taken them.”
“Good,” He said. “You go to sleep.”
I hung up the phone unaware of the long night ahead of me.