Later: I ended up getting a fairly decent amount of sleep. I stayed inside much of the day, but ventured out around 6:00 p.m. to look at what was going on with the spring flowers. The Judd viburnum is in bud, and so is the 'Bowles Mauve' wallflower. The 'Trevithian' daffodils are in bloom, and the ones of Dad's that have white petals (tepals) and an orange cup. There are many, many cultivars in that family. I was surprised to find out that Mom is actually a big fan of 'Ice Follies' daffodils. I like that they're so hardy, but I'm not a special fan of a yellow cup that fades to white. The hyacinths are starting to bloom.
Mom and I watched "Call the Midwife." It was inadvertently timely, with the doctor and nurses trying to trace the spread of diphtheria infections from a homeless shelter through their section of London. Dad usually flees the room a minute or so in when we start watching that.