Random musery

I was exhausted last night – I was lying in bed and reading my book but I kept falling asleep while doing it. You know when the book falls and hits you in the face? Yeah. So I thought, I may as well just go to sleep.

It was 6pm.

I slept almost all the way through until 10am this morning, broken only by short intervals of feeding my cat and going pee. Too much information? Too bad. *grin*

My point is that I slept for practically 16 hours. Is that normal? I think it may signal my depression breaking through again. I have been having a few other symptoms that I have been trying to ride out (ebb and flow, right?) but I think sleeping for 16 hours and then being tired less than 8 hours later is not particularly healthy, whether or not it signals depression.

In other news, I’m off to New Orleans tomorrow for a work conference. The cab is picking me up at 4:30 to take me to the airport. Ugh. I may post some pics while I’m gone, but I may also wait until I get back.

And just for some giggles, I leave you with a very strange animated video that had me in hysterics when I first saw it a few years ago. I may have been drunk at the time, so maybe I found it funnier than it truly is, but I still snorted a few times when I watched it today.

(It didn’t have an imbed code that I saw, so you need to clicky the linky.)

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3 Responses to Random musery

  1. maggie says:

    so… mostly unrelated to the actual contents of your post…

    work conference in new orleans this weekend? you don’t, perhaps, work in a place of a caffeiney goodness do you? because my manager is away at a work conference this weekend in nola… hmmmm…. ^_^

    /stalking 😉

  2. Lisa says:

    Having done years of medication and then coming off medication and treating my illness with therapy, I think you know what I would recommend.

  3. erin says:

    Maggie: hahahaha – yes, you would be correct. 😀 10,000 of us being crazy in the Big Easy.

    Lisa: For right now, meds are the best option for me. Plus, I’m on a low dosage right now so to increase is not that big of a deal, beyond the suckage of feeling better and then suddenly … not.

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