Home - by Claudia - January 25, 2013 - 23:59 America/New_York - 13 Comments
Suo Gan by Chanticleer
Posted on Ann Barnhardt
January 26th, 2013
Is that a hint, Claudia? Might I suggest something stronger?
Yea well it’s only 9:30 on the west coast. You bastards better stay up and keep talking to me. I’m lonely. SOB.
Dang, not working for me either! It’s almost midnight and I’m trying to keep to my work schedule since I normally am a night owl.
I have some big things coming up at work and I want to give it my all. Possibility it might turn into full time work and my bank account as well as my stress level would benefit! It’s been a slow process, tho, at least 2 years. Sigh. I’m trying to remain faithful but I get discouraged now and then. After listening to this video, I felt better, but as soon as my head hit the pillow, my mind started racing.
Then I think of my poor kitty, Ivan. He’s back in the critter hospital and I’m not too worried (he has a great vet), just miss him.
Oh, Well. What’s that weird guys name from Talking Heads that did the song with lyrics, “Same as it ever was” over and over. I’ll try that instead of sheep!
Try “Kyrie”, from Robert Gass & On Wings of Song.
Even writing about that piece of music makes me so sleepy I can’t spell correctly: @ClaudIA, not -ai.
Mary, Claudia Try this.
That that does not kill us makes us stronger.
O.K. Ladies. you can sleep to this.
Mary, Ahhh, that just might do it.
Then I listened to Bad Brads suggestion and wanted to bop around the room! Who knows, maybe that’s what I need – exhaust myself before I hit the sack!
Brad, C,S,& N just makes me smile.
We had such great music when we were young, didn’t we?
Claudia, Damn right. Doesn’t get any better then that. I love that song. Feels like freedom.
Crickets always do the trick for me. I loaded this on my cell phone and played it at bedtime to help me fall asleep. Now I have a radio that plays crickets.
Guy shouldn’t be camping if the sound of nature bugs him that much. That was a weird ad.
There is only one thing I miss about moving away from Crapifornia, and that is the crickets softly chirping at night time. They were always good for lulling my overactive brain into sleep. There are no crickets were I live now. I have been missing those little Jiminy Crickets for 25 years.
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