Sleepy time!

Do you find it relatively easy to fall asleep at night?

No. I am a bad sleeper. I have chronic insomnia. So I sleep when I can. Whether that’s day or night, I sleep when I can get it.

Do you remember your dreams?

I do occasionally remember my nice dreams. But mostly it’s the nightmares that I remember.

If you can’t sleep, do you watch tv, read, or listen to music in the hopes you will nod off?

If I can’t sleep I usually read. I will watch tv sometimes too. Or I go online and blog, or read email or blog posts from other bloggers.

Can you literally sleep anywhere, chair, sofa, bus, train, flight etc.?

No. I can sleep on my recliner at times, if I am super tired, I rarely sleep on trains, flights, etc. I will only sleep somewhere other than a bed if I am exhausted, otherwise I can’t sleep at all.

Gratitude:

I am thankful I have woken up to a dry day and coffee, and I am thankful that I am healthy and in a good mood.

Share Your World 23rd January | pensitivity101 (wordpress.com)

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

16 thoughts on “Sleepy time!”

  1. Thanks for joining in. I can’t nod off in a chair like Hubby can, so sleep is bedtime. If the brain is going 19 to the dozen, it will take hours for me to drop off. I usually play computer games or do a suduku puzzle or 10!

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      1. “Blessed are the weird people:
        poets, misfits, writers
        mystics, painters, troubadours
        for they teach us to see the world through different eyes.”

        ― Jacob Nordby

        Well, that works for me.

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