So why was I tossing and turning? There are three possibilities:
1. I have tuberculosis, resulting in night sweats.
2. My beloved FP doc is correct and I am peri-menopausal, resulting in night sweats.
3. We are in the middle of the charming Charleston weather tradition of air conditioning on/off, heat on/off and I forgot to turn the air conditioning on and take the extra blanket off before going to bed last night, resulting in night sweats.
I'm leaning towards number 3.
So add to my chore list for the day: change bed linens.
I'm excited that in a couple of weeks, I'll be learning to kayak (can kayak be used as a verb?) at the Charleston County Parks Kayak and Canoe Festival. I'm not too sure about learning to roll, I'd prefer not to ever need that skill.
One of the things I want to do when we go to Moab, Utah next month, is to canoe or kayak on the Colorado River. I'm not so into the white water rafting thing. I'd prefer a peaceful, quiet, get-your-zen-on float through the canyons.
But for now, I must attempt to keep-my-zen-on during a marathon chore run.
The boyz say: We slept just fine last night.