Monday, June 4, 2012

3 A.M.

     It's three in the morning here on the eastern side of the country and I should be sleeping.  I tried sleeping, apparently it didn't agree with me tonight. 

     I'm a slight insomniac you see.  Sleep hasn't been a very easy thing to achieve or maintain these last couple of years for me.  So I tell myself stories.  Usually stories that originate from a book or television show that I eventually make my own.  And thus sleep never comes because I get myself to caught up in my own story.  I hate that.  I just want to sleep, but no.  I'm on here. And previously Facebook.  And I'm trying to add some photos from King's Island to my virtual collection on my computer, but it's making me reinstall everything for some God awful reason. sigh.  I'll show you all some once I get everything sorted out.

    Oh!  I'm flying out for rest and relaxation on the ninth! That's a lie.  I'm probably not going to get to rest or relax because I have an adorable little cousin who wants to play with me all the time... Oh well, I don't mind.  I love her so it's okay.  But after a week I'm flying to Texas for two weeks, halleluiah! I miss my home state.  It holds my heart.


  1. Sounds like you are thinking too much. :) I have been meaning to tell you I took your recommendation on a book. I bought "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children" on my Nook and have been enjoying it. You are right about the pictures, they help visualize the story. I have all sorts of free books from B&N to read, but I bought that one and am glad I did. Let us know if you read anymore good books this summer. Have a safe trip to Texas. Never left anything there worth going back for myself. :)

    1. Thanks! I'm glad to know someone enjoyed one of the books I recommended! I'll be sure to let everyone know about the next book I read, I'm busy trying to decided what to pack at the moment and put things together for my trip so I don't exactly have the time to pick up a book. and thank you for the well wishes!

  2. Not being able to go to sleep is awful! Let me share a "go to sleep" technique that has really worked well for me. My home burned in 2008 and I had soooo much to think about, I couldn't go to sleep. A friend taught me this:
    Of course you get comfortable first, and relax. If starting at your feet and relaxing each section of your body helps, great. The key is, when you are comfortable force yourself to breath in and out thru your nose. Envision the air rushing up your nostrils and then back down and out. Think only about your air flow, don't let your mind wander off, go back to the breath thru you nose. Presto, I am asleep! Good luck