The beastly boy is home safe and sound. I picked him up yesterday and he spent a good portion of the day bringing me his squeaky toy.
My sleep pattern is a mess and it’s kicking my arse. Although, I have to admit that I’m consistent. I was so tired Tuesday evening that I slept like the dead. My mistake was that after coming home with the beast I was so tired I fell asleep and didn’t wake until 2. Needless to say last night I dozed from 11 until 2am and then I was wide awake from 3 until 6am. So yes, you guessed it. I fell asleep this morning at 9 for 4 hours. I actually tried several times to get up but couldn’t. This is the flip side of my sleep disorder. If I fall asleep, really asleep, while “napping” it’s extremely difficult for me to wake up. There’s never a night terror when you need one.
Other Things While we were home in CT
We went to see The Hunger Games. I wasn’t sure I wanted to see this movie having read the book. I’ll say that I liked it and they did a pretty good job sticking with the story.
On Good Friday, we went to NYC to see Ricky Martin in the play Evita. He’s the narrator and he did a great job and the play was fun. I was a really surprised that I disliked the voice of the woman who was playing Evita. I’m certainly no expert and maybe she was just having a bad voice day but whenever she had to put a lot of emphasis behind what she was singing I wanted to cringe. Ok I did cringe. Her voice sounded fine at normal tones/volumes, but again when she was belting it out her warble would come to the forefront and she would almost screech.
The other noteworthy thing, the last time I saw the play I don’t recall them portraying Evita as quite the, shall we say, “woman of loose morals”. The again maybe I was too young to have a clue that all the men traipsing through her door with babbles meant anything other than men like to give her gifts.
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