Sep. 15th, 2017

It seems I am having a few more problems than I expected with Sarah's move. Since I don't have to be up at a certain time in the morning, I read all night long, or there abouts. Then I can't get to sleep, so I stay up and then am wicked tired all day long but afraid to go to sleep because it will likely mess me up for sleeping in the dark.

Yesterday, Eileen came over and spent the afternoon. That helped. I went to bed about 8:30, read until 10:30, took 2 of every sleeping aide I had in the apartment and fell asleep until about 5:30 this morning. Tried to stay in bed until at least 7, but was up and dressed by 6. Something is going to have to change with this.

Also, I keep thinking Sarah will be home soon. This is no longer her home. If she needed to come back, of course I would let her, but I don't think that is going to happen. But I miss her, more than I thought I would.

She is having some little trouble adjusting to her new environment, too. She is not taking an afternoon nap after HIP and when she does go up to bed, she reads or plays on the computer, or watches TV in her room. I got a note from Terrie asking me to talk with Sarah about staying up so late at night. I had the talk, but am not pleased that Terrie felt it necessary to notify me about Sarah's bedtime. With the exception of the afternoon nap, she is doing exactly what she did here at night; go to her room and pooch around until midnight or so. Oh well, it has only just been 2 weeks since she made the move. There has to be some time for adjustment. I am not too concerned about that.

I am concerned a bit by the fact that she has missed a day and a half at HIP this week. She is complaining of stomach problems. I was thinking tetchy stomach or constipation, but Eileen brought up possible ulcer. If it happens again, I will make an appointment to see the doc.

Molly is snoozing on the top of my desk as I write. Soon she will tire of being up there and want me to hold her while I type. We have a pretty good system worked out, as long as she keeps her tail off the keyboard.


Julia Klein

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