I hope you do go to bed soon, Rose. I've been taught that the hours of sleep before midnight are much more restorative to us than the hours after midnight. I don't know what time zone you are in, but hopefully you can go to sleep sometime before midnight, if not tonight then maybe tomorrow.
Really? I didn't know that. I'm actually in the same zone as central time in the USA... I think. Lol There might be an hour's difference but I think it's the same. Anyway. I'm in bed right now but I don't know if I'm going to sleep anytime soon or not... I guess I'll find out soon. I've been a zombie for a week or so now with King Kong playing the bongo drums in my noggin. I really hope I can sleep and get rid of the big hairy ape banging on my brain.
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