Late big meals
Yesterday was Ginny's sister's birthday and we went to a 'too expensive' restaurant with a marvelous ocean view and very good food as well. We had a filling dinner and returned for a three layer coconut birthday cake with ice cream, an excellent cake. (Cake and ice cream are a birthday requirement in Ginny's family along with singing the birthday song, regardless of your age.)
The aftermath, now that I'm into measuring sleep, is that neither of us had our now normal great sleep. It's obvious that eating big, rich meals late disturbs sleep. Probably no surprise, but previously it was not part of our conscious. Measuring sleep is changing our behavior.
Norm and Ginny
2014 Honda Odyssey
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