Not that you asked, but apparently he used to have chest pains fairly often, and the doc told him to cut out caffeine. Once he did, that seemed to do the trick. So he wasn’t too concerned when this first happened, but when the pain didn’t subside as it used to, that’s when he was taken to the ER. This is just what his pregnant wife doesn’t need to be dealing with…
So far, Roxy is still asleep - the night light did the trick. I’m hoping for another couple of hours of peace. We’ll leave around 9:45 for the museum and I hope her mama retrieves her before 3. She was supposed to follow me to my car guys since I’m now due for an oil change. Worst case, I drop off the car and walk home - it’s just 5 miles. We shall see.
As for me, I slept mostly OK. I had to turn on the electric blanket to warm up before I could fall asleep. Hard to believe I’m still using it in May!! But if my feet and legs are cold, I’m awake. I wonder if my weight loss and the associated loss of, um, insulation is part of it? Anyway, I got at least 6 hours and I’ll count that as a win.
And it’s Cinco de Mayo - my great-nephew is 3 today! Part on, Grayson!!