My next few hours was spent responding to emails and preparing for my weekly meeting that always requires a hand full of Tums to survive.
Once that meeting was over, I loaded the car again, this time with my sleep equipment. I drove to Bloomington, Indiana where I connected a patient to an in-home sleep monitor, thanked the patient for their participation in our study and drove the two hours home.
Walking through my door at 10 o’clock at night, I decided I’d done my fair share of work for the day and am going to call it quits for another 6 hours while I sleep.
Tomorrow won’t be as long but just as many miles as I head back to Bloomington to pick up my equipment.
There is never a dull moment.