I did go to bed fairly soon after that.
I had a phone appointment with Dr. L. in the morning. That was okay.
Mom and Dad and I went to church. Mom and Dad did the drive-in Communion, and I sat outside with my mask on. Father K. gave me a blessing when I asked for one. When the Communion service was over, Mom and Dad and I worked in the church library.
Adding clarification: Mom had me write down the author, title and call number for books on the shelves, so she could check to see if they were in the OPAC. Actually, I'm not sure if there's an electronic catalog that church members can actually use, but in recent years, Mom's been entering the newer books in the church library on the computer, using an oldish computer program. She had the most updated list of what was on the computer at home. I did the first shelf in non-fiction, starting with 100.
After we got home, I put more labels by where bulbs were coming up, and rewrote labels that had the names worn off from being out in the weather. We've got a lot of snowdrops, and I saw the first crocus blossom, a pink tommy crocus partway down the hill in front of the driveway..