Mom had to work a grocery shopping trip into it all, and I stayed in the car for that. It was too dark to read on my e-reader, so I listened to music. They didn't get that much stuff.
I was overwhelmed with tiredness after we got home. Around 8:30 p.m. I put on my splint and lay down. I dozed from then until 11:15. I did my usual bedtime routine then and then went back to bed, and slept from 11:30 or so until 4:00 a.m. I was surprised how well I could doze with the splint on. It seems like it keeps the fascia from tightening when I sleep, because I was a lot less sore walking after I got up. I think I'm supposed to wear the splint for at least a week.
I couldn't get back to sleep at 4:00. I finished Colin and Martin's Australian Christmas. I had gotten Colin and Martin's First Christmas through Elisa Rolle's recommendations, then read Colin and Martin's London Christmas. They're cute stories. Colin and Martin's Australian Christmas had a lot about how hot it is at Christmas time there. That would be different for me. I wouldn't mind spending time in a warm climate over the Northern Hemisphere's winter, though. I liked snow when I was a child, before I was required to drive in it. My tolerance for cold has gone way down over the past several years.
I had a bit of breakfast -- lady apples and clementines, with Jasmine Pearl tea. The fruit seemed suitable to the season. I'll have something more substantial at noon.
I have an appointment in the afternoon. It's supposed to be raining hard all day, so I expect I'll do mostly editing and reading for the rest of the day, and chat with my AE buddies.