Importance of being sleepy - pt4
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Sleep Deprivation starts to bite
My sleep deprivation experiment has 15 hours to go. (read previous blogs)
8am – Feel sick. I actually feel like I’m gonna throw up. Should eat something but can’t face it. Just want my bed. Who would know? I could just take a nap. Just a little one. No-one would know.
Got to get on with something to keep myself occupied. I check my emails – again. B-Daily arrives. I read it for the first time in months. I even take part in the survey! Roll on 10pm tonight.
12 midday – somehow I’ve made it thru to lunchtime without throwing up. My eyes feel like dried prunes and I really must remember to check everything that I have typed this morning. Found a ‘fart’ in one of my emails. I think I had meant to type – ‘start’ so God knows how that happened.
4pm – This is ridiculous. Who’s stupid idea was this anyway? Wait till I see them. I’m going to tear them a new…. where was I? Who am I? Oh God, I feel like poo.
8pm - somehow have managed to get through watching the One Show without falling asleep. That’s a feat in itself but I’m pretty proud of it today. Bed, bed, bed, bed.
10pm – bed – Oh My God, am I glad to see you. Not even going to get undressed or do my teeth! Sleep
Tomorrow I review the lessons learned..
SG out zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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