Biscuit came in last night, after I had gone to bed, emitting the "proud meow". The proud meow generally indicates someone has caught a living "treat" and is bringing it in for playtime.
I wasn't too worried. I heard him playing with it. Then I heard some rustling near the head of my bed. I don't have a headboard so I was a little concerned. Then I felt it -whatever it was- in my hair. I flicked it off.
I still don't know what it was but it's gone now. I think Biscuit finished it off after my encounter.
Surprisingly, I slept OK after that.
I got up early and went to Walmart. Ron was very moody and debilitated. He said he hadn't slept well.
I bought him a natural sleep aid, and some Valerian root. That is a good one if you have sleep troubles. It was pretty cheap, too.
My only caveat on the Valerian would be the strange dreams.
I also got some cheese, lunch meat, stuff like that. I had plenty of mayo and bread for sandwiches. Sandwiches aren't very fancy but they do the trick - I can always take my medication with a sandwich.
I got a new scale, my old one isn't working. I got Ron's sleep aid stuff and some other supplies.
We came home. I put everything away and took a nap. I had a good one.
I got up and watched a movie with Ron. He has been bugging me to watch it for a while now. It was pretty good but the one actress didn't go anywhere (after the movie). That was her one hit wonder.
I got online, one of my friends' daughter's is pregnant again. She isn't married.
On the one hand I am happy for them (she is in a relationship), but on the other hand I have to wonder, why not get married if you are already living together? Totally outside of the spiritual aspects of it, it would provide a lot more stability for the kids.
I don't pretend to understand todays sociological structures. The saddest thing to me is the concept of a Baby Daddy or Baby Mama. That's just sad.
I remember, when I was a kid, not that long ago, being so shocked by a girl from my school. Not only were her parents living together, they didn't go to church. That, to me, was just astounding.
These days, a married hetero couple attending church would be the anomaly.
Anyway, an early day tomorrow so off to bed. Have a good one.