The Three Happinesses of Yesterday

1.  I finished Good Omens and bless its heart, that was almost a good book!  I really liked it.  In fact, I do believe that, if Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, and Terry Prachett wrote a book together, they might each be able to compensate for the others’ weaknesses, thus resulting in the most enjoyable, most awesome book ever.  Just my opinion.

2.  You know how I was all “Oh, how will I smudge with sage if it’s not dry?”  Well, folks, here’s how it worked out.  I had my tiny cauldron and I put one of those charcoal things you put in a hookah in it and lit it and then I put the kind of not dry sage on top of it and, of course, since it was not dry, it smoked like awesome.  Hurray!

3.  Can I tell you about sleep yesterday?  First, I slept until 8 in the morning.  Then, I slept from 10:00 to 11:30.  Then I ate some tuna fish and some crackers, talked to Mack on the phone, and slept from about 2:30 to 5:00.  Then, I slept from 10:30 to a quarter til seven this morning.

But that’s not the awesome part.  No, I mean, it’s awesome.  But I mean, what’s really, really awesome is that last night, though I woke up my normal six times, four of those times, I rolled over and went back to sleep!!!! I only got up and wandered around like a zombie twice.

I seriously could cry.  I assume it must be the Advair.

Though there was one other difference.  I put another blanket on my bed and now it’s really hot in my bed and maybe I’m just reaching an age where I need to be roasting when I sleep.  Either that or my little tiny t. rex arms are too weak to lift all those blankets, thus effectively trapping me in bed.

Whatever it is, I don’t care.  I almost slept through the night!  I haven’t done that or even come close to that in a year.

2 thoughts on “The Three Happinesses of Yesterday

  1. I LOVE Good Omens! It’s my second favorite book (right after Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, which although is a series of five books, I consider to be one unit). Good Omens is one of those books that has been in movie production limbo for several years… I hope it gets out someday.

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