Lots of stuff on my mind, but now that I've sat down to type, I can't list them. Figures.
I did call my sleep doctor for an appointment. Eight hours of sleep seems an unreasonable total for three nights. *sigh* First available appointment is on August 2nd. I'm overdue for the appointment. I thought I was supposed to show up every two years. Nope, once a year, and I haven't been in since February 2010. And the practice moved to a new location. Good thing they told me or I would have gone to the old place.
Last night Jean taught Nia and OMG it rocked. She's taught a mashup of Sanjana, which she's calling Sanjanarama. It seriously kicked my ass but it was lots of fun. And I'm still grinning that I got to dance to Frankie Goes to Hollywood's Relax. I *love* that song -- it's track one of the wakeup music Jebra plays for us when we're on vacation.
I've stolen the Sanjamarama playlist from Jean's fb page and reproduced it below:
1. Earth Song (remastered)- Michael Jackson
2. Aftermath-Adam Lambert
3. Stay Human (All the Freaky People)-Michael Franti
4. Relax (New York Mix)-Frankie Goes to Hollywood
5. Aya Benzer-Mustafa Sandal
6. Say it Right-Nelly Furtado
7. Hips Don't Lie-Shakira
8. Am I the One?-Solovox (Just love it too much)
9. Minimba (ditto)
10. On the Couch- Prince
Last Saturday (that seems so long ago already), I had Nia in the morning, met with my knitting group in the afternoon, and toured i3 Detroit
in the evening. Very cool place and if I can figure out how to squeeze hanging out there into my schedule, I'm going to join.
Lastly, I've been mainlining episodes of Midsomer Murders
. Not only do I enjoy the series, but with our neighbor's tree in full leaf, the only channels I get (and unreliably at that) are the local ones. No Closer for me. *sigh* On the other hand, I managed to watch 32 out of the 33 episodes comprising Series Four through Nine in the past two and a half week -- plus two Special Features about the series. In that time I've also finished and sent off ten scarves to the National World War II Museum and seven Jayne Hats to the Austin Browncoats.