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      Monday, September 05, 2016

02:25 PM - 09/05/2016

The topic: Saturday night


I feel asleep on the sofa. The weather cooled down and sleep was nice. The ceiling fan was going, cool breeze through the window, it was nice.

I messed up my back somehow a couple of weeks ago, like carpal tunnel for the muscle between my spine and my shoulder blade, just an achy pain. I've been taking a lot of Motrin for it. Each day it's a little better, but if I sit at the computer too long, it starts to ache a lot. So, I try not to be online, but I've got lots of things I need to do.

Anyway, I love the breeze when I'm sleeping, it helps me to relax. If the air isn't moving it's harder for me to relax.

So, I wake up around 12:30 or so, and head off to bed (Brian's already asleep). He's turned the ceiling fan off. There's no breeze through the window. My back starts screaming.  I figure I'll get up and take something for the pain and just sleep on the sofa, where there is fresh air and a breeze.  I lay down and Bernadette joins me. She lays next to me.

We fall asleep. She was next to me all night long, if not by my side, then down at my feet. And around sunrise, she did something she hasn't done as long as she's been here. She climbed on me and laid down. And she fell asleep.  She was there for over an hour. It was nice.

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