Thursday, October 15, 2009

Confessions of an Insomniac


Once upon a time, I used to lay my head upon my pillow and then the next thing I knew, it was morning.  I miss those nights.  Of course, I have to leave the house by 7 AM tomorrow and I'm too wound up from my night at work.  Sometimes, my heart just gets too heavy to sleep.  I'm long past due for this little break.

Guess I'll go see what awaits me on the DVR.  

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8 comments:

Rose said...

I've been waking up at 4:30 a.m. lately with my mind racing. The joys of menopause I fear. Hopefully the staycation will allow you to unwind, relax, and sleep.

Renie Burghardt said...

A good nights sleep? What's that? I haven't had one of those in several years. Hope you get some sleep, Rudee. Me, too!

debra said...

Hey---we could have talked, or played a game of cards, or shared a cuppa.
At least I hope the movie was a good one. sigh

Brenda said...

I think not sleeping well has become a problem for so many of us. I have always had this problem but it has been getting much worse the past few years. I just hear so many other women talk about not being able to sleep, it makes me wonder. Three nights this week I slept like what I think a "normal" sleep would be. I had hoped it would stay that way. It didn't though.
Enjoy your vacation Rudee!

Jane said...

Oh, Rudee, I'm famous for sleeping poorly. I feel for you. I have slept in just about every room of my house (including the bathroom) in a deperate effort to get some sleep.

Ruth said...

Oh, do I ever hear you. I hate insomnia. But at least, now that I'm retired, I can sleep late.

bettyjf1 said...

Oh that sucks! I remember sleeping through too. I guess as babies we don't.. then we sleep through, then we start getting older and Ambien becomes our friend so we can once again sleep through!

Gail said...

Counting sheep would not help, then you would want to knit.