Made it to the cottage last night!

After last Sunday’s trip home from the cottage, I was somewhat concerned about yesterday’s trip to the cottage, but I needn’t have been.  Made it all the way without a single twitch.  I saw this as a very good start to the weekend.

But it all came crashing to an end just after 9 pm.  The twitchies started and would not be controlled.  By 9:30 I called it quits and went to bed with my book.  And things had been going so well before this week!

On a bright note, I slept pretty soundly despite forgetting to take my Melatonin.  Made it all the way to about 6:15 am, which beats the you know what out of yesterday’s 4 am start.  Funny thing is, that by 6:45 am I had started with the restless feet I sometimes suffer from.  It’s different from the twitchies, inasmuch as they don’t hurt, just have to keep moving around.  All I could think of was “darn, no running gear, but maybe I could go for a walk”.  But so far, here I am telling you all about it.  Maybe walk later.



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