I had a hard time staying asleep last night and was up twice, so slept in three stages. There was nothing in particular that woke me up, I did that all on my own as if I was done sleeping, but common sense told me that I had not had enough. Each time I went back to bed to get another hour or so of sleep until I thought I was done with it and felt like I could tackle the day properly. Somewhere along the line, I ate a big bowl of oatmeal because I thought it would help me sleep and soothe my protesting stomach. When I was finally up, I forgot to take my medicines first thing and could not figure out why I was not feeling better. That small problem was quickly taken care of.
I had forgotten that my personal helper was going to be here this morning instead of Monday morning because I had not looked in my diary and she rang the intercom when I was just getting dressed. Because of this, I got off to a wrong start and it has taken me all day to get caught up again and I am just now getting the idea that I am somewhat myself. This proves the point that I don't do well with unexpected situations. I need to know ahead of time what my day will look like and I would have, if I had only looked in my diary last night. I need careful planning and the solid structure of an organized day.
Because I had some business to take care of at my old bank, we rode our bikes to the nearest local office, but when we got there, found out that is had closed as of January while it was still listed in the new Golden Guide that I had just received. The next nearest office is somewhat close to where I have to be tomorrow for my appointment with my therapist, so that's when I will go there. I think there are only two offices of that bank open in the whole town now and that's to do with cut backs. There are more ATM's and less service desks, but you can't take care of things over the phone. You have to go to your local office.
I have to fix dinner now because I am ravenously hungry and I look forward to what I am going to make, which is pasta with fresh vegetables and Herbes de Provence. A good meal cooked and partaken of is the best way to end a day.