I sat under the sunlight-effect lamp and read a little of "Fix," which is one of the fics I'd gotten from the Box Scene Project. I had read it a couple of times before.
I watched "Sadie Hawkins."
I went to see the sleep doctor. I was very surprised to hear that I didn't have sleep apnea. Once I finally get to sleep at night, I usually sleep for eight or nine hours. I was trying to go to sleep at 2:00 a.m. like he said. Now I'm going to try setting the alarm clock for 10:00 a.m. in the morning so I can train myself to make it a regular habit of when I sleep and when I wake. Dr. A. wants me to try melatonin, as well. We'll see how that goes.
Later: I watched "Naked," "Diva," and "I Do." The Finn and Rachel parts of "I Do" made me sad. I remember the Kurt and Blaine parts made me very happy, and I still enjoyed those parts. I was good with Kurt and Blaine being best friends with benefits for a while. We didn't get much else of Kurt's viewpoint through the season, except that he was crying after the "Come What May" dream sequence, told Adam that he desperately wanted to be over Blaine in that episode, and then insisted that he and Blaine were just friends through "All or Nothing." "Love, Love, Love" made me very happy.
Later still: I saw the "Sneak Peek" or "Behind the Scenes" for the episode "A Katy or a Gaga." Adam Lambert said that he had been a fan of Glee, and Chris Colfer said that Adam was "a sweetheart" and laughed at his jokes, so he was "a keeper." It sounded like everyone had gotten along nicely. I got "Marry the Night." I had heard Adam Lambert singing before that. He was singing with the surviving members of Queen, and I thought he handled the Queen songs really well. That's how good of a voice he has. I am looking forward to the episode.