Back to Bogard road and our hotel and pending BED.
We got in and the young lady who was running the hotel was behind. But she kindly gave us a room that was ready to be occupied instead of the one the computer had assigned us.
A key…metal and on a chain…was given to us and we entered our room rolling our bags behind us.
The room was better than I would have thought. We had a whole little kitchen, fridge, oven and all.
“Look!” I said to Chris. “We have three closets!”
“Why would you need three closets?” he wondered.
“Well, you need a place to hang your moose!”
Chris, my clean-cat husband, went to shower after the world’s longest day. I collapsed on the bed. The joy of soft horizontality seeped into my muscles and bones for a good ten minutes. Then I realized my skin needed a rest too, and I hoisted my weary bones up to find my satin jammies.
THEN, approximately 30 hours since I last slept in a bed, I fell wholly asleep.