Did you read yesterday's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry? Did the dinging ring in your head, like it rang in mine? Ding. Ding. Ding...
After searching what felt like everywhere to be able to fill up my gas/fuel tank, I finally found where I could accomplish my task.
Without further ado, I arrived at my brother B's home.
Arriving at B's apartment, I found my brother had only recently arrived home from having his dialysis treatment and wasn't feeling very well. His girlfriend P assisted me in unloading Gordon's clothing from my van.
I should say that before leaving home, and while chatting with my brother's daughter S on Facebook (FB), we had semi-arranged to meet Saturday evening at my brother's. Meaning, it wasn't definite, but probably so.
Unfortunately, upon arriving at B's, I was told that visiting with S wasn't going to happen until Sunday morning.
This created a dilemma. Sunday, late morning, I had planned to drive to Brampton. Oh well, even the best laid plans change, sometimes.
When B told me that he felt he had to go rest a while, to recover from his dialysis treatment, I made the decision to drive to Brampton while he laid down.
P joined me as I drove, once again. After doing what I needed to do, we returned to my brother's apartment. By this time, B was up and alert, once again.
Together, we watched the movie Mamma Mia and visited until about 12:30 a.m. Sunday morning. I enjoyed our time, together. Eventually, P went home, B went to sleep in his room and I nestled in on his couch in the livingroom.
I was sure I would sleep like a log, right through the night.
After all, I had been up all night the night previous, had driven practically all day and was yawning like crazy! Well, I was partly right.
After having some trouble drifting off, I finally slept for a couple of hours. Once awakened, I was unable to return to sleep again, for close to an hour and a half. Then, I awoke for the day, earlier than my alarm was set to wake me!
Tomorrow, I will continue letting you know all about last Sunday's adventure!
Until next time...
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