|Taken out at the knees
||[Mar. 23rd, 2012|09:59 pm]
I am suddenly stricken with deep sadness, for which I have no cause other than exhaustion and convalescence. My first reaction is to sit here in silence just sort of staring.|
Better plan: off to bed.
Thanks. Sleep definitely helped.
That's a good plan that often works for me. I hope tomorrow is a brighter day.
I am sorry to hear that. And sitting in silence or re-encountering media tends to be my first reaction as well. Should you be able to sleep, I hope it is sound and undisturbed. Unless such disturbances are *cough* quite pleasant. In which case I hope your night is excellent.
Pleasant disturbance is probably another week away from happening. But I did sleep soundly.
Sometimes I find, despite the cliche, that things actually look brighter in the light of day. Which would make sleeping through the night, rather than brooding, a good plan. Hope you feel better tomorrow.
It was, and I do. Thanks!
I find that exhaustion and convalescence are often enough to trigger strong emotion. Sleep will do you good. *hugs*
take care of yourself.
I slept, and I feel a bit better. Thanks.
i've found that when my mind and body want to sleep, i should let them. it's helped me a lot. :)
I've now had a very gentle workout today, and think I am following it up with a nap.
i went to a toy and comic convention and ended up working the apex booth. i'm nackered. i should be doing laundry, but i'm going to go lay down shortly.
Sleep is great, the gentle workout was probably a good idea, and there are good and cuddly thoughts drifting through the ether trying to locate you even as you read this. Don't wipe them off when they land. :)
I will hold them very close to my heart and bask in their warmth. They are very special to me.