Even when we run out of things to do at 7:30 and find ourselves heading to the bedroom to relax with our computers for the rest of the evening, I find that I’m still tired in the morning. I sleep so poorly sometimes. I’m not sure what the cause is. I just can’t seem to shut off my brain, which is odd since I’m not doing anything that requires me to be terribly intelligent lately.
Partly I blame Suzanne Collins for once again depriving me of so much needed rest. I’m actually pretty excited for the film to come out in March. There’s not even a trailer yet, but the people making the film are so impressive, they’d have to try pretty hard to screw it up.
I got to come home from work early today, which means I didn’t get to make as much money, but I also got to take a nap, so that was a big bonus. That may be part of why I have a hard time sleeping at night. On the other hand, I feel that it’s important to sleep when you can. For some reason, I always feel more rested when I sleep during the day than after a regular night’s sleep. Does this make sense to anyone?
I’m thinking of making a peanut butter pie in the very near future. I found a recipe that sounds delicious. Making dessert is pretty much my favorite way to spend my time. I don’t work until 5 tomorrow evening, so I intend to spend some time researching some stuff for the bakery, as well as making some inquiries about wedding plans. I wish it could all just magically happen. Alas.
Sometimes I feel a little guilty that I’m not really doing any important work. Perhaps an opportunity will present itself for me to actually do something meaningful with my life. Adjusting to a new place is stressful and a bit discombobulating. I feel like I’m not really sure where I should be going or what I should be doing. Perhaps I need to make a list. I guess I’ll title it “Things To Do With Your Life.”