I went to bed around midnight. I got up around 7:30 a.m. or so. I didn't go back to sleep.
Mom and Dad and I went to [semi-local town]. I dropped Dad off at Harbor Freight first, because he was being a nudge about walking across the road and through the shopping center to the store. Then Mom and I went to the AAA building. After Mom needed to have her car battery jumped a few weeks ago, she decided that getting an AAA membership for this year would be a good idea. We went to Wawa next, then to the grocery store near Harbor Freight. Dad called as I was parking to let us know that he was there waiting. The phone didn't ring, but he left a voicemail. The voicemail alert beep let me know he'd called. I called him back when Mom and I got into the store. The first time, it didn't ring for him, but I got through on the second try. I've been having that a lot with the phone in the last couple of months. A. says it's not the fault of the phone, but the fault of the carrier. AT&T's fault, in other words.
It was a productive trip to the grocery store. We went to the library briefly next, and then to our usual grocery store for me to get a couple of quick things done.
After lunch, I went back out again to get a TB test, as all the home health aide agencies want that. I thought it would be a skin test with the four tines, but it was a blood draw. I don't do well with those, but the phlebotomist got it the first time, and gave me a drink of juice afterwards.
Miss F. called while I was waiting.
I went back home and recovered a bit. After I felt better, I wanted to go out again for more shopping and errands, but Mom was tired. I called Miss F. back. I'll probably go out and pick up dinner. The Friday Night Friends are going to a pinball gallery, and that's too noisy for me. Also it's really freaking cold out today. I wore several layers.
I got a few books this morning. I may just read quietly after dinner.