No TV last night, either, but Spirit spent a long time with me. I was online very late and read the paper, then headed to read in bed at 4am. I planned to stop at 5am and set the alarm for 1pm. I read until 7:30am, though, and reset the alarm for 2pm and slept all that time until the alarm rang. I turned it off and stayed in bed for another 30 minutes. Six and a half hours of sleep and I may have to nap tonight, too.
The heat never went less than 72 last night; I really like it cooler for sleeping.
Spirit was over here with me earlier -- she left while I cleaned Loki's & Junie's big litterbox and put the two new boxes of litter in -- but she may come back. One of the nice things about Swheat Scoop is that each box has a piece of paper and when you get 12 of them, you can send them in for a free box coupon.
I got email from the neurologist that said there was an old stroke on the right side. I replied that as far as I knew, I'd only had the two strokes, both left temporal. I asked if she knew when that right-sided stroke had happened. She emailed back that the radiologist reread the MRI and there wasn't a right-sided stroke. It looks normal for someone my age.
The TV keeps saying "Prince William" and I look up to see what's about the county around my city, and then it's the current William again.
Virginia Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, is leaving the board of the Liberty Central foundation she started -- it sounds a bit like the board asked her to leave -- and in that article it says the foundation will probably merge with the Patrick Henry Center, which is in Manassas. Foundations like that are usually in Old Town and I'd never heard of it. I googled and it's way outside the city, but does have a Manassas postal code. About three links below the map was one for Charity Navigator with Patrick Henry. I don't think the real Patrick Henry would like this.