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A Day of Sleep
I was up much later than I realized last night (turned the light off at 8:39am) and it was clear I was not up for skipping sleeping and making an urgent appointment, so I just slept until 4:30pm. I'm having fewer and fewer "dead" times with my ear; maybe my overactive immune system is helping me for a change.
I woke up from a dream that was partly my regular Dad-and-Sue-taking-over-my-house and clearly partly from rereading Farthing for bookgroup on Saturday. Except the rich set that had taken over my house were all Republicans and I got them all put in jail!
I haven't actually been up long enough to do much other than opening the windows. We've got a fall week -- 70s and low humidity. But I need to be careful about getting to bed tonight because I go see Luke tomorrow.
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