Monday, August 01, 2005


Shit. I can't sleep. These are my eyes....open...not sleeping. I should've taken drugs.







On TV: I took an axe to my TV.
Music: The Sundays...the Blind album...Wild Horses
In my head: *static*

15 comments:

  1. I know how you feel. I can't sleep either. Probably because it's only three in the afternoon, and I'm at work, but I'd still rather be sleepin'

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  2. Is it because you're worried how the library's gonna do without you starting next week? I'll bet if you asked them to let you stay on, all your sleep problems would disappear!

    I haven't been to bed before 2AM in over 5 days. It's gonna come crashing down on me soon!

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  3. Nope, not a library problem. Many thoughts. So many thoughts. I've filled up at least 10 pages in my "real" journal in the last day or so. Ugg.

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  4. Geez, that was fast! I commented here before I saw the post below. Hope it all works out, whatever it may be....

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  5. Andi, you like the Sundays? One of my favorites. I saw them at a club in Cincinatti in 1993. "Here's Where the Story Ends" is one of my favorite songs of all time.

    Damn, my perv blog crush on you just keeps growing.

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  6. Rock a bye baby on the treetop
    When the wind blows the cradle will rock.
    When the bough breaks the cradle will fall.
    Down will come baby, cradle and all.

    Such a VIOLENT lullaby(not sure if USA have this one) I wonder what possesed our parents to sing it to us

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  7. Todd,
    Love the Sundays. The floatiness appeals to me. Great sleeping music, too.

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  8. BIG,
    We do have that lullaby in the US, and I've never understood what the hell that's all about either. Scare tactics to get us to sleep?

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  9. big and andi,

    My mom would say that she would "rock us to sleep with a real rock" if we didn't go to bed. Threating to stone your child is apparently a good sleep inducer as well.

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  10. Ha! I would've settled for that method last night actually.

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  11. My daughter sings that all the time. We got her a baby doll to cheer her up at the hospital and the first thing she did was crawl up on her bed, pretend to give it a bottle, rock it, and sing that song. It was pretty cute.

    Would have been cuter if she hadn't had that dang IV in her arm though.

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  12. Aww, Heather, she sounds so cute. It almost makes my ovaries twitch...then I think abou the PAIN.

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  13. She was more than worth it.

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  14. I'm sure she was. Rachel's son Aaron gives me hope that I might be a decent mother someday. I get to practice on him.

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