Tuesday, September 13, 2005

I've got a wicked case of insomnia

It happens to me every once in a while. I had a late meeting at the boy's preschool. I always have trouble falling asleep after being out at night. I do have some good news for you all though! Recently, I submitted an article to the Muench yarns website about knitting for a cause. I learned of the opportunity through my Knit the Classics group. Well, I learned recently that they wanted to use my article right away! It's live on the website right now. Check it out here. It's under the 2005 knitting articles, the one about Knitting for a Cause. Pretty exciting, no? I guess I better go try to fall asleep or I'll be cursing myself tomorrow. Sweet dreams everybody!

14 Comments:

Anonymous Siow Chin said...

Hope you've gotten over your insomnia by now...

9/14/2005 02:12:00 AM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

That's so awesome about your article! I'm glad someone took up the opportunity to write. :) Good job!

9/14/2005 04:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Annie said...

I'm the same way if I have an evening meeting or activity~ it takes me forever to wind down. Great article!

9/14/2005 05:25:00 AM  
Blogger amylovie said...

Great article! I hope you get some sleep.

Amy

9/14/2005 05:30:00 AM  
Blogger yahaira said...

congrats!

and I feel your pain, I get insomnia once in a while as well.

9/14/2005 06:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Bliss said...

How cool is that! Congrats on your published article.

I used to hate having insomnia back when I still worked. I would play that awful "calculating sleep" game. You know the one that goes, "If I fall asleep in the next 5 minutes, I will get 5 hours sleep." Then you gauge how able you are to motivate on that amount of sleep.

This game is replayed about every 20-30 minutes until you are trying to calculate the possibility of walking upright without drooling on 1.3 hours of sleep.

I also noticed this phenomena. No matter how awake you seem to be, you will feel instantly sleepy (as though you could sleep for hours) the moment the alarm goes off. Arghhhh!

9/14/2005 06:24:00 AM  
Blogger Carrie K said...

Awesome article, Jennifer and awesome that you did it!

And exactly what Bliss said about insomnia. I've had it off and on for the last couple of weeks myself and it is making. me. cranky.

9/14/2005 02:48:00 PM  
Blogger lois said...

Bliss, that is hysterical...also noticed this phenomena. No matter how awake you seem to be, you will feel instantly sleepy (as though you could sleep for hours) the moment the alarm goes off. Arghhhh!

Wonderful article, Jen...I am proud of you...your friend, Mary

9/14/2005 03:12:00 PM  
Blogger Pioggia said...

Neat! I'll go read it right away. Hopefully you'll sleep well tonite.

9/14/2005 03:59:00 PM  
Blogger Elspeth said...

It's great, congratulations!

9/14/2005 06:58:00 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Great article!! I'm lacking in the sleep dept. as well...hope you get some rest :o)

9/15/2005 04:26:00 AM  
Anonymous JessaLu said...

Awesome!

9/15/2005 05:37:00 AM  
Blogger Jenifer said...

I saw your post at Knitting with the Classics ... that's really great!! Yea for you ... I work evenings now and I don't get home until 10:00 ... so I understand that late evening pumped up thing and getting to bed, which is such a pain. Hope you get some rest! I recently met someone who is an insomniac and who has to knit for FOUR hours every night before bed to cure it. (until midnight.)

9/15/2005 06:29:00 AM  
Blogger kryorkill said...

cant sleep thru the night
try melatonin it works
i have bedtime bear

9/15/2005 09:59:00 AM  

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