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Friday, November 5, 2010

"Good Mornin-" "Oh shut up."

No. I dont like to wake up, and due to intuition (please tell me I am using this word correctly. because Ive heard it numerous times, and have always wanted to know its meaning. it is one of those moments that using this word seems appropriate,) I have a feeling you aren't a fan of it either.

If intuition means stalkerness (which I dearly, dearly hope it doesn't) than I must have come out as some cyberstalker. I swear I'm not. I'm just someone who finds a way of communicating my thoughts and ideas through the internet... gosh I need to find something constructive to do with my free time.

My point is that I confidently believes anyone finds joy in interupting their rest, which is crucial for your brain to function properly, and for you to live. As I have previously mentioned in a post you can find here, falling asleep is -- to say the least -- difficult for me to achieve. While waking up isn't nearly as challenging, it still is awfully irritating to do. Sleep is just a burden for me. No, scratch that, entering and exiting sleep is a burden.

Ugh. Subconsiousness is unecessarily annoying sometimes.

If sleeping wasn't necessary to maintain consiousness during daytime, or weren't so relaxing and peaceful and just so AMAZING, then I wouldn't sleep. It is far way too challenging to enter or exit it.

When I have to wake up, there are only a few things that detain me from remaining in my peaceful and stressless state of subconsiousness.
1) Knowing that if I don't wake up I will miss school and the next day I will have no free time at ALL with all the make up work I have. (note: oes not apply to the weekend. well, none of these apply to the weekend. the only thing that applies to the weekend is me running out of sleepiness.)
2)Morning Shows

The Today Show, in particular. That is the show that wakes me up in the mornings. I only became aware of this of the Today Show's importance to my success in avoiding unsuccessfullness when I attended a screening of Morning Glory, which will come later this month. (and which I will be reviewing in my other blog, TicketBoothTales. please go to the bottom of this post for an additional message on the subject)

I just ran out of things to say. So I guess the message at the bottom is pointless to be called the message at the bottom if you can see it without even scrolling down. Whatever.

(MESSAGE: If you haven't yet subscribed to this blog or my other blog, Ticket Booth Tales, the link to which you can find in the sidebar, then it would be a huge help if you did. I put a great deal of work on these blogs, and it would mean alot if you followed them. Kudos to Sharkie, who I know actually reads TBT occasionally, and along with SOME of you (ahem, ahem,) follows it. You dont HAVE to follow TBT, but it would mean a lot if you gave it a look and subscribed/followed it too. Thanks fo' yo' time', ya'll. adios)