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Bad sleep, bad energy

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

I was bone tired yesterday; decided to take advantage and try to get to sleep around 9:30 pm so I could get up and meet girlfriend at her gym...
Tossed and turned, finally had to answer call from brother around midnight (he was in a panic -- he is mentally challenged, no one else but me for him). The brother thing is very rare; it just happend to hit on the night I just didn't need to be disturbed...
Anyway, after the phone call, I started dabbling in Spark Pages (on my iPhone) and it was 3:30 am before I realized it.
Missed my meeting with my girlfriend. It wasn't a "workout" day for me, we were just going to get together side-by-side on a treadmill instead of over food or drinK.

So, I did sleep till 11 am this morning but am very tired, feel washed out. Don't feel like eating but want to do SOMETHING but would rather lay in bed.

No classes in the gym that I fancy -- just another LONG day ahead, waiting for bedtime.

This is no way to live.
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  • JOHGLO2011
    So sorry! Not getting the rest you need just throws everything else off! Hoping you have a better, restful sleep tonight!
    1265 days ago
  • 63KEEPONGOING
    So sorry you have had a difficult day. Hope all goes well tonight. emoticon
    1266 days ago
  • MOMMABEE03
    I know how you feel...many times I am too tired to do anything also. I am tired of saying "I am too tired to do that" so in reality I am tired of being tired. All it takes is getting up and doing something...anything...and that feeling you are going through right now will go away a little at a time... The good thing is you got on here to write so you are starting and that is key to going further... you can do it...

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    1266 days ago
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