Where are my glasses? I had them last night watching TV. Did they come into the bedroom with me or did I leave them near the couch? We really need a new couch. The down cushions are getting less and less puffy. My eyes looked puffy when I was washing my face and peered in the bathroom mirror. I really like our new medicine cabinet, but I couldn't find those herbal sleep aid pills. I tossed and turned so much last night, I woke up exhausted. Now I feel sleepy. Maybe I better nap?--but it's almost time to drive to my dentist appointment, so guess not. Did Dr. Fidel's office overcharge us for my crown? I remember when crowns were $200 and that seemed high. I got my first crown in New Haven. I wonder if that building I lived in on Chapel Street is still around? Oh my god, it was so funny when we couldn't get the refrigerator out the door or the kitchen window. Alan and Tucker tried so hard and finally had to smash up the fridge and take it out in pieces. Were we exposed to freon? That was thirty-five years ago, so I guess any harm was minimal. We didn't know much about toxic things then. Toxic, that was the name of that awful band we heard in Perth when we flew over for Sylvia's wedding. I hope none of my kids have loud music like that at their weddings. Of course, they may never get married, but Joaquin seems to be getting pretty serious about Lela. They're thinking of getting a dog; that usually precedes a more serious commitment. I wouldn't mind having one of those cute Yorkies, but I don't think the cats would like it. We were going to get a puppy when I got pregnant with Nora, but a baby seemed enough. I never knew that Matt would be such a good father, but he was a natural; our kids are very lucky. Speaking of lucky, I should check to see if our Mega Millions ticket is worth anything. It would be tragic to throw it out by accident if we were the big winners. I better look in my purse for it. Where is my purse? I can't see a thing without my glasses.