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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Rare Reading and Rest

My husband and I have been sitting in our comfortable library chairs, mugs of Blueberry Fields tea in our hands, books on our laps. Ahh. The semi-quiet house (wind still whooshes outside and the furnace blasts warm air every so often) lends itself to our chosen positions and activities.

But despite a good night's sleep, I might switch to the window seat, my favorite place for an afternoon nap. For a while, I hope to continue the fascinating book DREAMLAND by David Randall. I feel like this guy has interviewed me about sleep, and he is doing a great job of helping me understand the science of sleep. Perhaps just reading it will guide my mind and body to better ways of sleeping.

4 comments:

  1. let me know if you unlock the mystery to a good night's sleep.

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  2. ... me too. I've got to get the TV out of the bedroom first. Maybe I'll dream more then.

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  3. I have to get this book, sleep fascinates me so! That is so sweet, that a librarian & her husband have "library chairs" at home...My fellow & I love to sit across from one another, & simply, quietly, read...

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  4. So far, no sleep revelations. Just theory. Somehow I always sleep better on Friday and Saturday nights!

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