Since it is Sabbath afternoon, I have been watching good programming on Netflix. I have been a fan of the musical Mary Poppins for years and would watch the movie every chance I got throughout the years. Now, as a Seventh-day Adventist, knowing that magic and witchcraft is something that is frowned upon. P. L. Travers, the author of the Mary Poppins series, was a woman I did not know until I watched a Netflix documentary about her titled “The Real Mary Poppins”. Then, not sure where I saw the movie “Saving Mr. Banks”, and decided to watch it for my Sabbath afternoon movie. It stars Tom Hanks as Walt Disney and Emma Thompson as P. L. Travers. It was a good movie on how “Mary Poppins” became a hit on theater screens with Disney Productions. Although I do not watch movies like this anymore, it was a classic I enjoyed watching through the years over and over again. Now, I am very careful what I watch on TV now.
Yesterday afternoon before Sabbath began, I heard from JM that she was not feeling well and her plans to go to church in the morning was not an option, and I have thought about getting a ride from JC, TC, CC, but I too decided to stay home from church as well. I will return to church next week and resume my duties as a member. The weather has been very iffy as well as my health.
It was a very good day. I have had my cares from 7 AM to 9 AM with DKF here. I did a urine sample for Dr. A because I am not feeling right down there…again. I am not sure if I have another UTI, but I will find out when Dr. A finds out. I have had some trouble sleeping the night before last, and so I hope I sleep better tonight. I will find out in a while. Maybe taking naps in the afternoon can cause a disruption of sleeping at night for me. My naps, unfortunately, just happen sometimes. I do not have narcolepsy. I just get tired when I am in relax mode.