For some reason, since we've moved both hubs and I have had terrible insomnia. It's a little disconcerting to lay (lie?) in bed for hours with your mind racing a mile a minute. I can't tell you how many times I've been up when the neighbors are going to work. I'll be up all night and finally get to sleep around 7:00 a.m. and then sleep until after noon. This is not productive! Plus if I don't get enough sleep I get headaches. Even though I can't sleep, I am still tired so getting any projects done is out of the question so all I can do is watch television. Do you know how terrible television is in the middle of the night? Good grief!
Our paper gets delivered between 3:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m.. Many mornings I have it read and the puzzles done by 6:00 a.m.. I'm lucky it gets delivered right on our porch. I had to call them a few times complaining of missing papers. The last time I called I had to remind them that I was too old to be fishing a newspaper out from under a car in the driveway. I was a little concerned what I would do once it started snowing. ("Honey, that neighbor lady seems to be frozen under the car again!") When I called, the customer service rep said, "would you like it delivered on to your porch?" Duh!!!!!
I've tried lots of things. No caffeine after noon. Taking Melatonin. Taking Tylenol P.M.. Even taking sleeping pills. Nothing!
So, dear friends, HELP!!!! Have you ever had this problem? What have you done that has worked for you? I need to get a life and I have things to do and this isn't helping matters any.
Off to a quilt show with hubs Saturday and hopefully Sunday we can go see the Incredible Molly Brown Museum, a Denver native of the Titanic "fame". *We've decided to wait until the 28th to go to the Museum. Here in Denver they have once a month free admission to most every museum in town. The Denver Art Museum, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, The Aquarium, The Molly Brown Museum and the Denver Botanical Garden to name a few. How cool is that?
You all have a great weekend!