Sleepless tonight

It is 3 AM! I can’t sleep. I’ve tried but nothing. I have been reading instead. Now I am listening to the radio, and I will read some blogs. I am taking a break from reading my book. I swear, one night of good sleep, and then I get two or three bad nights. At least tomorrow I don’t have too much on. My mom and sister will come over for a little while, but other than that I can relax. I am glad about that. I am cold so I just turned on the heat. I need to order dog food. I will do that in a little while. Ok, will post this and get back to reading blogs.

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.

18 thoughts on “Sleepless tonight”

  1. I hope you’ve gotten to sleep by the time I read this (it’s been about 2 hours) When I have trouble sleeping, nothing really seems to work except to get up and do something for a couple of hours. Fortunately, that’s only happened once in the last few months, but it was really bad, only about an hour of sleep that night.


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