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I am sore and tired today, though I don't know why. I haven't been… - cellophane — LiveJournal
the story of an invisible girl
I am sore and tired today, though I don't know why. I haven't been getting "enough" sleep, but nor have I been getting "way too little" sleep. After work this evening, I drove to go skating, and I could barely keep my eyes open it seemed. Usually even if I'm tired, skating will perk me up. Not tonight though: I just felt weary, sleepy, and unmotivated the entire time on the ice. Oh well...at least I got some exercise anyway.

I came home and watched Maybe Baby, a kind of a sad romantic comedy. Actually quite a good movie. Even while enjoying it, it left me with an empty echoing lonely sort of feeling. Strange how you can believe something is the right thing to do, yet still not enjoy it. Still hurt because of it.

I am still so tired; I should try to go to sleep early tonight.
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encorecrazay From: encorecrazay Date: August 6th, 2003 08:24 pm (UTC) (Link)
I've been in that state for about the last two months, let me know if you figure it out.
cpip From: cpip Date: August 7th, 2003 05:18 am (UTC) (Link)
Too many nights of "not quite enough" do build up, I've found, until all of a sudden it feels like you've been pulling all-nighters...
simplykimberly From: simplykimberly Date: August 7th, 2003 11:20 am (UTC) (Link)


I've been there, with the "doing the right thing, but it still hurts" bit ... I hope it gets easier soon. ((hugs))

Get some rest, too - sounds like you need it! Sometimes the body NEEDS more sleep during stuff like that, just for processing it all. Listen to your body - it knows what's best for you!
renniekins From: renniekins Date: August 7th, 2003 01:12 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: ((hugs))

Thanks muchly! I got a pretty good night's sleep last night, finally... I'm feeling much more alert today. Still hard though.... *hugs back*
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