Woke up at a reasonable hour but stayed in bed to finish reading a mystery -- heavenly indulgence!
Went to the gym.
Went to therapy.
Went to Costco, in large part because I was determined to hit 10,000 steps for the day, but it was too cold and windy to enjoyable walk outside. Made that goal by walking around inside the store, and also got a nice rotisserie chicken for our dinner.
Watched an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Have I mentioned that D. and I are watching the entire series straight through? I never really watched any of the Star Trek series back in the day, but D. has taken on what she calls my "classical education" and shown me the important episodes in the original series. And then I got interested in the second series, and thanks to Netflix, we've been working through them in steady fashion. Who doesn't like to watch Patrick Stewart, and I've also developed a warm love for Data.
Talked with D. about Jewish stuff.
Finally buckled down and did some serious Hebrew work; I need to be doing 10-15 minutes a day, but I'm also going to have to dedicate an hour or so at the start of each lesson. I'm in Ch. 4 of the Hebrew Primer (the first three chapters are all about the alphabet), which means I'm now learning some vocabulary and learning the perfect tense.
And now going to bed. I've gotten into my usual habit during school breaks of staying up later and getting up later, but I need to start weaning myself off of this preferred schedule and moving myself to my earlier school schedule. (I always say this is what I'm going to do, and I always fail to do so, such that I go back to school completely short of sleep and take a few days to adjust.)