teahouseblossom
Sunday, May 23, 2010

      ( 4:13 AM ) teahouse
 
Insomnia!

Once again, I'm suffering from another bout of insomnia. It's past 4 a.m., and I'm exhausted. But I cannot get to sleep.

I'm now trying the cure of last resort - reading old college textbooks.

So far I've gotten halfway through The C Programming Language, Second Edition and I'm just starting on Design and Analysis of Integrator-Based Log-Domain Filter Circuits.

I'll let you know if they do the trick.
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7 comments



7 Comments:



that sounds like torture. have ya tried staring at a spot on your wall or ceiling? make yourself just keep looking at it...feeling yourself drift into a calm state of mind, keep looking at the spot not contemplating it just looking at it...nothing but the spot is there...the spot is good...the spot is comfort...the spot

By Blogger ... Paige, at 10:31 PM  

Why would you be reading those books if you went to law school? Aren't there plenty of case books you could be studying instead? I'd think those would put you to sleep eventually as well.

By Anonymous lbck, at 11:41 AM  

If "The C Programming Language, Second Edition" doesn't put you to sleep, then nothing will help you (or you need to be in a new line of work).

By Blogger RM, at 12:13 PM  

so many times I wished I'd had your foresight and kept my old Macroeconomics text.

By Blogger Pearl, at 1:18 PM  

Just reading the titles put me to sleep. I've been staying up lately because my clock is all out of whack. I hope you find a way to sleep.

By Blogger panajane, at 2:00 PM  

Since you're up, would you mind watching my 2 week old and let me get some shut eye?

By Blogger Bridget, at 10:24 PM  

i sleep with an eye mask and it has helped me fall asleep really fast.

By Blogger TCho, at 10:02 AM  

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