Poetry Life and Mind-ful Things

Sleep

My sleep is not as I would like for it to be. I find myself sleeping when I would like to be awake and awake when I would like to be sleeping. I’m not sure why. I’m thinking of changing a couple of my things in my to do list, in order to break this routine I have fallen into. I could do some things now while I am awake, but I know I would be up until 2 or three in the morning even though I would be up at 5 to get ready for work. 

To do some of the things at this hour of the night would require the use of power tools at times…not a good time. If I were to pull up my designing software, I would get no sleep at all or I work until falling asleep at my PC.

I’m beginning to think I’m one of those people who slows down emotionally during the winter months. I never thought of myself as having that problem before, but I am getting older and I don’t consider myself as being old. I don’t act or work my age. It’s not that I’m trying to stay young…that’s just how I am. When I work, I work hard. When I’m with family and friends (I count my co-workers as friends) I like to laugh. The laughter of those around me makes me feel good.

I am concerned but not worried about my misdirected sleep and falling behind in some accomplishments but there will be a turnaround.

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Comments on: "Sleep" (5)

  1. I have a sleep schedule that I follow but the quality of my sleep is pretty poor so I never really feel refreshed, I am always in a sort of sleepy haze. Where I live the winters are very dark and there is limited daylight so it really does make you feel like hibernating. I was never this effected by the seasons when I lived in the South

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    • Hopefully ‘sunshine’ will find its way into your soul and you will be filled with rays of energy that will give you smiles and smiles that will last through your dark winter.

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  2. I can relate. 😉

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