I came home the other day. I sat on the couch and fell asleep in a snap. It was one of those days where I was physicially, emotionally and mentally exhausted. I don’t like days like that. I don’t care to nap from being so totally spent. I’m not a napper to begin with. But if I’m going to nap, I prefer to deliberately make that decision. To nap against my permission per se, is exhausting in of itself.
Now this weekend, I’ll probably get more grumpy about this all. Beginning at 2 a.m. March 13th (that’s this Sunday), we’ll need to set our clocks ahead one hour to 3 a.m. meaning we “spring forward” and lose an hour of sleep. Ouch. I am not ready for this. Why must we go through this torture? Luckily mosy things are automated to change that clock forward so we may technically miss it if we are not paying attention. Although, I’m pretty sure my body will have something to say to me. Perhaps in a dream while I’m on the couch.
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Understand completely. Suffering from severe sleep deprivation for most of my life, I get upset when my body goes to sleep when it wants to, but refuses to go to sleep when I want it to or when it’s supposed to!
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Hehe, It’s Almost Just Like a Kid Who
Doesn’t Wanna Go To Sleep As there
Is Too Much Fun Left to Do in Life
i Need A Nap
i Need A Nap
I’m Getting Sleepy
Yet There is So Much
More Fun to Do! Please
Don’t Steal That Hour Away
From Me on Sunday Morning
Sleep and Wake For me HAha
The Other Side of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
Or Was that A Lullaby i’ll Improvise in WaKing
One reason I like being retired is it doesn’t matter when I get up. If I want to get up an hour earlier, I can move it back a little at a time. Or skip it and just get up at 10 instead of 9 for the rest of the year.