Category Archives: Sleep

Yet another example of why I’m going to make a Therapist very happy one day…

Last night I slept on the couch.

I know what you’re thinking and no it’s not the cliche’ “spurned lover kicks me out of my room” (even though it would make a better story for all of us…). My late night living room camp-out is solely the result of an over active imagination and years of an boarder line un-healthy obsession with an art form known as the “horror movie”.

As I was settling into bed around 1:00am last night (what?) I started to hear slight creaking sounds, and as I raise my head to try to figure were the sound was coming from I realize my closet door was slowly opening. I paused to truly understand gravity of the situation, and then I got the hell out of there…

Now, Ladies and Gentlemen I don’t know about you but I’ve seen enough movies to know that ten out of ten people who get out of bed to shut the open closet door have something bad happen. Since I didn’t want to be eaten by clowns, sucked into a whacked out ghost dimension, have my soul pulled through my eyeballs, or any number of fates that my subconsious likes to play in the back on my head like some twisted drive-in theater I think I made the right decision. 

  

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So Sleepies

I just tried to type in the URL to Google without looking at the keyboard a little more than two minutes ago. I look up at the little white bar at the top of the screen and find out I’ve typed www.wikipedia.org.

I really need to go to bed…

Crossroaded

Here’s the thing:

1. I could either go to sleep in the relative near future, and totally forget about writing my Sociology paper due Wednesday, today. If I go to sleep soon I would probally be rested enough to write the paper tomorrow, but I would also miss Heroes.

or 

2.Stay up writing my paper (or avoiding writing my paper), and wake up tomorrow mourning in a terrible mood and not be able to complete anything all day. But I will get to see Heroes.

Looks like am going to have to sleep on it. Goodnight.

(also, I got a call and interview from Radio Shack wish me luck) 

My Summer Job

I’ve been held up for the past 3 weeks due to my new summer job. I work at a factory that makes “decorative surfaces” on the 3rd shift (11pm-7am), and its been pretty damn tuff.

I just get out of high school, and within the next week I have a full-time summer job. I’m pretty happy with myself… But as I  learn the job I start to realize that the people around me (average age: 41) are loud, bitchy, cranky, angery back-stabbers… Oh My God I’m Back In High School! 

I know exactly what you’re thinking: “It can’t be that bad”.

It truly is that bad… The lady who I’d had been working with for 2 weeks, tried to get me fired because she didn’t like me, and my being there prevented her from working with her girlfriend.

The worst of it all is the the job is in the middle of the night (11pm-7am). The human body is designed to sleep when it is dark, and be awake when it is light, but my job is forcing the opposite (and I think its killing me).

The only really good thing is the oodles of cash.

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Finally, after a week long hiatus I have a chance to write something long, and some-what meaningful. Due to me adjusting to my new work schedule I haven’t had the time nor energy to even consider posting, but seeing that I’m getting better at this “time management” thing I can now take sometime out of my day to “write”. (Also I’ve learned to indicate sarcasim with quotation marks)

Return to the Blog-o-sphere

Today also marks the first time in a week I was able to read my favorite blogs. Although it took me nearly two and a half hours to read all the  missed posts, it was well worth it.

Also, may I add:

Good News 

I finally bought a digital camera! Unfortunatly the wireless is frigged up on my laptop, so pictures will come soon…

Graduation

On June 8th, I Mr. Caveman became a fully responsible member of society by graduating at 7pm…or was it 8:30? I don’t know because the whole thing was about THREE HOURS LONG. 

It was incredably nerve racking lining up to “march” in. All of us in our best, taking pictures, talking in yearbook clichés (“Can you beleive we made it through”,”Have a great summer!”),and just waiting… Then the music starts, and the teachers (in their robes) exit through the big old doors first.

Halfway down the center aisle the teachers stop, and face towards the middle (I know, the symbolism is painful). I being the the second male student down, figured I cut the tension by giving all the teachers on my side a high five. 

After everything was said and done, the place was hell to get out of.

Project Graduation

For several years my school, and many school around has been doing something called “Project Graduation”. The main aim is to keep people from drinking and driving (most of us go for the free food).

45 minutes after graduation everyone was suposed to meet in the parting lot, get searched for booze, and pile into a bus going to a YMCA in the middle of nowhere.

I gotta say the YMCA out in the middle of nowhere had a pretty nice set up. It had 3 lanes of candle pin bowling, laser tag, a pool, and a giant inflatable “American Gladiator” style joust. We all stayed there until about 4:30.

To be continued

Statement: I am dreaming that I am a pygmy marmoset.

Hello! Welcome Back! How was your long weekend?

I guess I could say I had a good weekend…. I watched Star Trek and The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, worked on papers, and slept all the entire time.

I promise I’ll write more tomorrow.

Goodnight! 

TGIF

  1. First may I start off by saying: YAY! It’s the weekend! Now that its getting closer and closer to summer, it feels like the week was invented to kill me. I don’t care what you do, but I’m going to sleep all weekend (and probably post Saturday, cause I have no life)
  2. Now that I’ve upgraded to sitemeter I can see who ever visits this blog, and I get the “usual” from all around the country but every now and then I get some from around the world. Hello visitors from Canada, United Arab Emirates, Ireland, and the Philippines.
  3. Its starting it get difficult trying to write openly, while anonymous. So sometime in the near future I’m just going to drop the “vail of secrecy”. If anyone cares…
  4. I’ve been  told by my friends that I have been posting way too much about a pair of recently married bloggers that are helpful and totally cool  (who will remain nameless) . So in order to retain what readers I have, I am forced to place an embargo on any future posts about said bloggers. At least for a little bit.
  5. I’m getting tired of having no camera, I’m just going to give in and shell out the cash for one.