March 09, 2005


Something that is supposedly very good for the human animal. My patterns here lately have been upended by the crazed work schedule. After working for so long in CHattanooga, I got used to getting up at 4 or 5 in the morning, and getting to work at 7. Then I get back home, and I don't have to get up until 6 or 6:30, to be at work by 7:30 or 8. Then, this week, I've arrived at the job at 9pm, 7pm, and 6pm the three day's I've worked this week. I was supposed to go in at 4 this evening, but plans got changed, so I now have to go in at 7:30 tomorrow morning. Yeesh. How the hell am I gonna get to sleep?

This week, I've gotten back into my natural rythem of getting in be at 3 or 4 AM, and rolling out at 11 or 12. This ismy sleep-cycle when I'm not working (aka. jobless). It's got a kind of comforting feel to it, and I've had a chance to reacclimate myself to this, only to be dashed. The worst part is: that it makes perfect sense to curtail the night shift, and go ahead and re-rope this elevator. I can't argue with the logic a bit, as I was one of the people standing around questioning "Why aren't we re-roping this thing?" Foist on my own petard, I was.

Anyway's. I'll just keep drinking and blogging. In hopes that the SandMAn will call early early enough tonight for me to be effective on the morrow.

Posted by Johnny - Oh at March 9, 2005 09:15 PM

Nah sleep is overrated. Apparently some army somewhere is conducting research into sleep patterns and sleep deprevation. It is conditioning that we need sleep - babies seep loads to process all of the information that they receive (think about it - everything is new to them). So find the appropriate army, join and volunteer for this sleep thing and you should be OK.

I hope.

Posted by: Alex at March 10, 2005 04:52 PM

But, But. I'm too damn tired to join the Army! Besides, all I need is about 4.5 to 5 hours a night, and I'm fine.

Posted by: Johnny - Oh at March 11, 2005 12:51 AM
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