Trying to type
unattached to hand.
It’s so hard
the diurnal world
Thursday I have to be in a workshop at 8 a.m. my time. I need to be alert and absorbing information. I’ve been going to bed between 4 and 7 a.m. the last few nights, working through the greatest heat. My plan was to start last Friday, moving back an hour each night, but it didn’t work. It was 4:30 on Sunday and 3:30 on Mon, despite pharmaceutical aid. (I can stay up for hours after sleeping pill. My body relaxes, but my brain just keeps plugging along…) Wish me luck getting to bed at midnight tonight, with all my packing and preparations in order!
Beautifully simplistic as always. Hope you get a good nights sleep 🙂
i know exactly how that feels 🙂
Know the feeling of being blurry all too well. I have sleep problems too.
All the best to you, Megan. Thanks for stopping in!
Noisily you struggled
barely seeing a word
about to give-up
deep silence of mind
nobody has heard.
But i feel you lovingly
to which you’ve
taught me a new word.
Glad to provide some vocabulary augmentation!
All good, only you don’t have to look up the word!
That is the worst feeling. I sleep at 4-5 am every night. No matter what I receive from doctors I won’t go down. My six foot 240 pound husband takes a pill and he’s out like a light. And it’s not a tolerance problem because I just started taking them out of desperation.
A running brain is very hard to catch and tuck nicely in bed. Hope you get some sleep soon.
When I’m on my own schedule (that 4-12 one) I don’t have any issues with ‘running brain’ (apt name!) but if I am trying to be in sync with the rest of the world, then the brain is prone to want to go for a run. If I’ve had lots of exercise, and do yoga breathing, it’s better.
I wish you the best! I have a class that I’m trying to prepare myself for as well. Fell asleep at 3:00 the earliest! Progress
lol. Well done. Good luck with your class.
Wow so few words expressed all the night shift woes 😉
Well chill it with my night shift post then 🙂
I’ll check it out!