Yay for me!

Alright, I know I've been gone awhile, again. I'll make my excuses now..because it's my blog and I can do it. (Normally, I wouldn't try to make the excuses, but oh well.)

The longterm obstacle has been my insomnia. It's just been awful. Two or three hours a night, if that. On the rare occasion, four hours. And I do mean rare. Now I've never slept through the night, anyway. I've always woken up at least once and been totally awake for 15-30 minutes and then gone back to sleep. My insomnia has been worse in the last year or so. I now know that a lot of it had to do with some medical issues that are finally being discovered and dealt with. So...it should start getting better.

BREAKING NEWS!!!!!

I SLEPT ALL THE WAY THROUGH THE NIGHT LAST NIGHT. I didn't wake up once..not even at 3 a.m. like I have for as long as I can remember.

It's utterly amazing to me. Those "8 hours" everyone talks about? Yeah, I know what that feels like now. I never have before. I can't remember ever sleeping through the night.

Okay...what else? I know there are more excuses.
Anyway, I'm not going to promise to be good and write regularly, but I'll promise to try. (No Yoda comments please.)
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3 Response to "Yay for me!"

  1. Clance' McClannahan says:
    May 4, 2007, 5:42:00 PM

    I used to think insomnia was my enemy...then, I started thinking of it as a frind that came to stay at my house and then wouldn't go go their own place and I was powerless to evict them. So...I used my insomnia time become a blogging addict:)
    Thanks for the link. Your blog is great.

  2. LuluBunny says:
    May 14, 2007, 12:10:00 PM

    I know how life can creep in and get between a girl and her blogging, but personally, I'm missing ya big time. Hurry back :)

  3. Jessica says:
    May 31, 2007, 9:25:00 AM

    Hi there I found your blog through BloggerChicks and I am enjoying reading it. I don't know what insomnia is like but I've known people who had it. My grandmother had it for years and would stay up for hours at night reading. I think for her it came after gramps died. She eventually got through it and seems to sleep much better these last few years. I can't imagine what it is like but I am happy to hear you finally got a good night's sleep!

    I hope it continues!

    Jess

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