I blame the wind. It is blowing a friggin’ gale out there. And this means that I’m awake.

And when I’m awake I get up; I have to, I’d never forgive myself if I disturbed Soph and anyway, if I get up at least I can do something.

I’ve been up for an hour, but my alarm will go off in an hour and a half.

Is going back to bed worth it? When there’s no guarantee that my head will let me go back to sleep?

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5 Responses to Awake

  1. Perpetual says:

    I suspect the same gale kept me tossing and turning throughout the night. As a result I am bleary eyed this morning.

  2. Mya says:

    I hope you managed to get some shut-eye. Perhaps you could stick some polos on your eyelids and try sleeping at your desk….I shouldn’t think anyone would notice.Well…not for a few minutes…then they might think you were being uncharacteristically quiet…apart from the loud and un self-conscious farts…just a suggestion…

    Love the new look site, by the way…

    I love that Harlan Coben film Tell No One. I have read a couple of his books recently, very entertaining. What did he order? Is he a veggie?

    Happy New Year to you both!

    Mya x

  3. Vicola says:

    Ear plugs are the way forward. I steal them from work for when the other half has had a drink because he then talks in his sleep and snores like a pig having a seizure.

  4. Steve says:

    Your alarm goes off at 04:45 !!!!

  5. Brennig says:

    Perpetual, I hate the wind. In a non-pardon me kind of way. 🙂

    Mya, I love you and I want your babies. Apart from that… Harlan had beef and told witty anecdotes all evening. The best one (we were sitting in the centre of Manchester, Englandshire) being when he suddenly announced in a secretive tone that he was born just west of Manchester. Really? (I asked incredulously). Sure (he said), in a suburb called Brooklyn about three thousand miles west.. Oh we laughed. Alcohol may have played a part in the manic laughing.

    Vicola, sitting here trying to imagine a pig having a seizure. Not succeeding. Isn’t it difficult to sleep with earplugs in?

    Steve, yep. And I bet I still get more sleep than you do! 🙂