I spent last night at my annual sleep study, where things are tested and adjusted all night long.  I’ll probably need a nap today, but I really can’t blame the study; I needed 2 naps yesterday! (I think it had something to do with being up at 4:50am.)  I raced home this morning to be here before SnakeMaster had to leave for school. Luckily, he is my morning child and was already up and dressed (in black shorts and a navy blue T-shirt) AND had made his own healthy lunch. I love that kid.

MIL and FIL went into The City with SuperDad this morning. That leaves me to drag the oldest 3 boys out of bed. They are so NOT morning people.

Off to be the banker this morning (4th grade math) and then home to clean while the house is empty.
Tonight is an orchestra concert (I’m serving popcorn — it’s “Pops and Popcorn” night) and tomorrow night is a band concert (I’m serving popcorn — it’s “A Night at the Movies”).

What is keeping you hopping this week?


10 responses to “Wired

  1. No wonder you´re up at 4:50 am. Your lives seems really busy and stressed. But I´m sure you are enjoying it. Too soon, it is over and you long for those days… 🙂 (just an empty house mom speaking here)

  2. Yikes, scary picture! 😉

    What is keeping me hopping this week? Coffee!!

  3. I don’t think I would like doing that sleep study stuff. I couldn’t stand the idea of someone monitoring me while I slept. Which means I would never sleep.

  4. Dave is keeping me hoppin’ 😉

  5. Why are you doing an annual sleep study.. and how do you actually manage to sleep?

  6. Wedding. Preparation.

    My oldest is getting married in two weeks.

    I hope you get some rest tonight!

    (I love Janet’s answer up there!)

  7. Paperwork – not by reems but by the tonne…

  8. WOW..I’d like to do one of those studies. I sleep so crappy. LOL I’m off to Seattle tomorrow. Can’t wait 🙂

  9. I do 5:15 every morning, but 4:50 a.m. makes we want to cry.

  10. During my last sleep study I accidentally pulled the heart monitor off in my sleep. The nurse tip-toed in to reattach it. She leaned over me — and I let out a blood curdling scream. I woke everybody on the floor — including the nurse. I told her, “You scared me!” She said, “I scared you! Some poor man in jammies and trailing a million wires behind him was at the door to my room. He said, “Ladies, you both scared us all!” The poor nurse had about 7 people to rewire.