Two of the three kids that I take to school in the morning called in sick, so I only had to take one. After that I went and voted, then stopped by Starbucks for my free cup of coffee.
I urge everyone to go and vote if they’ve registered, no matter which candidate or party they prefer, even if they live (as I do) in a state whose majority will probably swallow your vote and make it nearly meaningless. You never know what might happen.
When I had my sleep study, I was clinically asleep in under a minute after lights out and showing apnea symptoms within 30 seconds after that. Last night, I’m pretty sure it took a lot longer for me to fall asleep initially. It’s an unusual feeling, breathing against air pressure. Not unpleasant, just not normal. I went to sleep on my back, something my wife hasn’t let me do in recent memory, because I invariably stop breathing right away.
I feel subjectively better today. Still yawning from time to time, but I don’t feel like I have to force my eyes open constantly like almost every day up to now. It’s not quite the night/day difference I’d been hoping for, but after one night it’s pretty amazing.