*Note to self*
Buy a slanket so i look like an old person who's fallen asleep in God's Waiting Room.
Is this a good time to admit that I fell asleep with my head on my folded arms at the dinner table tonight and got the pins and needles from HELL when I woke up????
On the bright side, everybody had left me to it and had emptied and reloaded the dishwasher!
Home time wrote (see)
liverbird was fakeing it......
THIS time I wasn't!
(As if I'd fake anything)
no nap for me today , just a little 5 mile
if the other half feels the need to encourage me (nagging i call it) i can feel tired really quickly
I don't get a chance to nap after my long runs. I normally run in the middle of my working day so I have to work, then swim or run or cycle home.
I can't even do caffeine.
Have to admit heaven is a long run or race followed by a bath and then bed (with clean sheets, love clean sheets on my bed) No inco pads though.
lardarse wrote (see)
I sleep a lot more than i used to in my teens and twenties, i'd often stay up all night then go to work, but now i often find myself tired by 1.30-2 am. None of us are getting any younger
Same here Lardarse. Ive always been a night owl. Midnight is an early night even now.
Most I stayed awake was about 80hrs (online gaming), started to halucinate big time..well weird seeing the real world like in a game
I used to go to sleep arranging Tetris pieces in my head when that game first came out!
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