My husband and I met on the soccer field – we were on the same intramural team at MSU in 1997. We talk about this long ago age in “pounds ago”, instead of “years ago” since we were once both young and spry. Sometimes we still play on coed teams together, or he plays on his own team and I do other things like yoga or jogging (running a half marathon … Continue reading I Stalk My Family When They Sleep. And Take Pictures.
I was recently contacted by a very friendly chap named Peter, who has turned some informative facts about sleep into exceedingly cute info-graphics. Not only does the data look accurate, but it is easy to read, properly succinct, and, most importantly, super cute. My personal favorite facts include: 1) Not getting enough sleep increases the risk of being overweight (which means I shall forever blame … Continue reading You Need Sleep!
I didn’t have any problems sleeping when I was younger. During elementary school, and even middle school, I generally slept through the night, and had dreams only intermittently. I didn’t start being all sleep-crazy until I started high school. Thank you, hormones. There was one recurring dream that I can recall from elementary school. I was at the mall, walking down a hallway, by myself. I hear people shrieking and … Continue reading Grouchy Pants. Or, Grouchy No-Pants.
So, starting this blog has made me pay more attention to my sleep patterns, which I have pretty much brushed off up until this point. I’ve decided that a further investigation of sleep aids, and maybe even a sleep study, is needed. I will call this time period “My Search For Slumber”. I am teacher, so initially I was thinking it would make sense that summer would … Continue reading My Pretty, My Precious
When I was in college, I traveled to Ireland with my Scottish friend, Arlene. We began our trip in Dublin, where we drank boatloads of Guinness, while sitting by fireplaces in cozy pubs, enjoying poignant Irish ballads and laments. I obtained a new passport, since my original passport got stolen while I was in Scotland, the week before. (Sidebar: Always listen to your dad, when … Continue reading These Irish Peepers Give Others The Creepers