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To nap or not to nap?

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

That is definitely the question today.
DH and I had a great NYE with friends, a lovely dinner and then a games night.
Got home between 1:30 and 2:00 AM.

No hangover today, just T-I-R-E-D.......Zzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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    1994 days ago
    I'm not a napper -- I say go for a walk instead.
    1994 days ago
    Reading DOLPHINSINGER's comment made me laugh - I suspect more than one preacher sees quite a few yawns the Sunday morning between Christmas and New Year's!

    Re naps: I don't. I get cranky as a two-year-old, but myself, if I nap during the day, I sure as shootin' will have a tough time getting to sleep that night.
    1994 days ago
    1995 days ago
    Naps always win when it comes to being vote? NAP!
    1995 days ago
    Nap, but nothing bets a nice walk on a treadmill, which is what I did but a nap would have been real nice.
    1995 days ago
    It certainly seems like a nappy afternoon here.
    1995 days ago
    I always vote for nap. Especially if a short afternoon night will still let yo sleep normally tonight and keep you energized today.

    Happy 2013!
    1995 days ago
    Nap is definitely the answer. We stayed up late on New Year's Eve and then I got up 15 mintues early. i was down for a nap this afternoon so i say go for it!!!
    1995 days ago
  • AMYB1985
    The answer in my house is always "to nap"! Anytime the kids let me I try to sneak one in. emoticon
    1995 days ago
    yeP, that is exactly how I feel. Not hungover but UBER tired. We got home the same time and then we had to get up early to go to Church. So, big old yawn. It took a little half an hour nap and feel better. Now i need to get out there and go for a walk.

    I hope you have a fantastic new year.
    1995 days ago
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