Best. Sleeping Weather. Ever.

Best. Sleeping Weather. Ever.

October 15, 2010

Journal

I have loved the past two weeks. The temperatures have been rather pleasant in the daytime, and then the nights are wonderfully chilly. Window open, cold air, warm blanket – bliss!

The fan runs, but only for the white noise. I tried sleeping without it one night and woke up every half hour – “What is that annoying silence?”

How have you been sleeping? Everything ok?

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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6 Responses to “Best. Sleeping Weather. Ever.”

  1. Brad Said on:

    I can’t sleep very late on Saturdays. My dreams always wake me. They aren’t nightmares, but it’s like they’re too vivid or something. They tire me out; I wake up tired.

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  2. Karla Said on:

    I miss sleeping with the windows open. I learned the hard way that sleeping with the windows open in the fall means horrible allergy problems for me. So our windows stay closed. 🙁

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    • Lauren Said on:

      Bad allergy medicine from the dollar store will help… er, wait, it won’t.

      Also, I should mention that not every night with the windows open is a dream, as when there was a super-weird smell last night:a combination of cattle feed lot and somebody’s fire pit smoke.

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  3. Peggy Said on:

    I LOVE FALL!! And one of the reasons is for the great sleeping/napping weather…it just can’t be beat!

    I’ve been sleeping either really well…or about once or twice a week I have a horrible time. Wide awake at midnight…re-awakening at 3:30am.

    And this past week I’ve had 3 dreams about a good childhood friend & being at her house… I haven’t seen or heard from her in over 15 years. I wonder what it could mean? (and the dreams are eerie-I don’t like them)

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  4. Keren Lowell Said on:

    I was taking a nap the other day, and woke up from a thin shriek far away. Then Jacob came into my room and said “There is a fire in the microwave.” I calmly woke up, went to the kitchen, opened the microwave and threw a glass of water on the chicken pot pie that was really on fire in the microwave. He’d set it for 30 minutes instead of 5.

    I need more sleep and a new microwave.

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