Tag Archives: sleep

Mixed day. Half day. Full day.

Well, there it is. It’s been a full day, but I got maybe half of what I’d intended done. Of course I did. I am notoriously bad at estimating what I’ll be able to accomplish in my weekend time. For … Continue reading

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There’s a reason I’m different – and doing better than expected

Last week was a busy one. From what I’ve been told, this is only just the beginning. As soon as I lose track of what day of the week it is, and I can’t recall when I had a conversation … Continue reading

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Magic rest – it must be there somewhere

I’ve got to put all my notes in order. After just a few days of talking to people, I have a bunch of notes that I wrote on scrap paper, and I now need to sort through them and put … Continue reading

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Back to bed

I woke up early today. Too early. We were expecting company this afternoon, but we cancelled. My spouse is sick, and I am tired. So, it’s back to bed. I need the rest, when I can get it. I can … Continue reading

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why is my brain injury causing me to not understand what people say on tv

Somebody found their way to this blog by searching for this, the other day. I think that problems sequencing — getting things in order — can cause you to not understand what others are saying. The words get turned around, … Continue reading

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Knowing when to get out

I can’t believe it’s Sunday, already. Seems like it was just last Tuesday. I’ve been pretty tired, over the past week – lots going on. Plus, I’m working out in the mornings again, so that’s making me more tired, on … Continue reading

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And the excitement continues

It’s been a busy week. I’m really tired. Of everything. Just taking it a bit at a time. And getting as much sleep as humanly possible. Onward.

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The slow return to normal – and beyond

So, the upheaval over the accident a week ago has begun to settle down. I truly cannot imagine a worse time for life to be disrupted. It’s been a roller coaster of tears and anger and frustration and confusion, with … Continue reading

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The worst thing about trauma

Just a tip — if you have a weak stomach, don’t Google “trauma” and look at the images. I just did, and I regret it. Anyway… I’m writing this ahead of time and scheduling it to publish while I’m way. … Continue reading

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So much for my weekend off

Well, it was a nice thought. I had three days to work on my projects and pretty much unwind, catch up with myself, and sleep… get healthy, etc. That was the plan, anyway. Then my spouse got into a really … Continue reading

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