Dancing the polka with Miss El Cajon
Easy to relate to once again! How early are you leaving Cardiff on Thursday? I'd like to come down for a drink too at some point, if that's fine with you? But it appears that I'm busy on both Sunday and Tuesday evenings.
Grownups sleep less because the manufacturer phased out Rinso.
Hmm. Tuesday afternoon? Wednesday? On Thursday I stumble out of Cardiff at 6:25 a.m. If you are up that early in the morning, there is something wrong with you.
I'll mail ya.
I can send you some of my writings (or you could simply check my blog) and you'd drift right back to sleep.I completely understand though, I have the same issues.
Very nice article. I remember that conversation at Anthony's wedding. Odd how times like that I don't think we really thought about sleep at all (we had drinks in our hands and were watching some kids play in a park fountain).Somehow though, right now as I sit here working for the man, sleep seems like the unattainable Holy Grail.
Once again, an excellent column, Chris! I do sleep too little too, but I am so passionate about living that I really do no want to waste too much time sleeping. I'll sleep when I am dead. Now that I am alive, I'll just drink coffee and go-go-go!!!
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