This minute is cool. Also my sleep pattern decoded.

I love these duplicate hours and minutes for their symmetry:  10:10, 11:11, 12:12.

I also tell myself they are lucky numbers if you catch them on your phone, or the clock, but,

REALLY…

this minute is cool

because Rachel told me that I could live through it.  th8NLY6A5W

And I did.  She told me that present minute is the only one I have to worry about, and I got it.

She was right.

I’ve been pleasantly surprised that every minute since about 4:30 am this morning when I woke up has been manageable.  Fine.

Cool, even.

You never know that what you say may be the godsend someone else is waiting for.

Thank you, Rachel.

OK.

Side note:  I realized this morning that I wake up at 4:30 am most mornings because I fall asleep about 8:30 pm.  That’s eight hours y’all!  It’s not particularly anxiety, or apnea, or wine, or Facebook, or TV, or the fact that I was born at that time (an idea I used to dig)…

It’s just freaking time to be vertical again!

If I inch my way toward 10 pm, instead of 8:30 pm, I’ll be sort of like a normal adult.

Sort of.  Good enough.

 

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