It’s one of those nights, or should I say mornings, when I’m wired and can’t get to sleep, or should I say, don’t want to sleep. It’s 4:06 a.m. and I’m still just hanging around in my studio, or should I say office, art gallery, craft, music, and everything else under the sun room.
I don’t know what gets into me on nights such as these but it’s like I can’t shut down in my head even though the rest of my body has been screaming at me that it’s past my bedtime and that there are a ton of medications that are waiting for me in my bedroom to take. What’s strange is that my body doesn’t feel the need for these meds on nights such as these. I wonder why that is? On any other given night, my legs would be jiggling the Irish jig and I would be desperate for medication. Tonight, my legs are planted nicely underneath my desk playing footsies with my chair, in a compliant manner, that is.
I watched this wonderful video on Multiple Sclerosis on You Tube and for the moment I don’t feel like searching for it in my “History”. I lost the url of the video and should look it up for you because it truly was a remarkable film for the length of 10 minutes. I believe the film was called “Gallup” or was it “Gallop”?
You never know how people spell these days which is a pet peeve of mine. I mean I can certainly understand a typo or two but when people intentionally misspell a word because they don’t want to bother with a spell checker, well that just makes me want to dump a plate of spaghetti on them, (I had spaghetti for supper tonight). Hey, perhaps that’s why I’m not sleepy right now. In fact, now that I think of it, I brought home leftovers. Hmm, suddenly I feel a craving for Italian food. I think I’ll go check it out.