It has been/still is a rough night. It started with me getting ready to eat dinner and then having a wave of nausea hit fast and hard. I took some medicine and went to bed...when I tell my parents goodnight and say I'm going to bed, it is just understood that I mean that I'm going to lay down and will most likely be back downstairs several times during the night because of the fight sleep and I are in. In my fun world goodnight means, see you in an hour when House Hunters is over and I need some popcorn and hot chocolate. Then...repeat this process several times until I think I have used enough energy going up and down the stairs to be able to beat sleep. That is my nightly routine! Sometimes, like tonight, I start this process around 7. Other times I start it at midnight. No matter what time I start this, I always have to fight sleep.
So around midnight I realized I was not going sleep anytime soon. Some nights I KNOW I won't sleep. It's very weird... tonight I haven't been able to sleep because I'm in a lot of pain and I'm sweating like crazy but I'm freezing. I think I'm having blood sugar issues because I started shaking SO much and was really light headed and weak. So somehow I stumbled downstairs for the 5th time and got some yogurt and Gatorade. I came back upstairs and was just peacefully watching tv when I felt ANOTHER earthquake. This time I RAN downstairs and started crying and freaking out. Feeling horrible plus being angry about not sleeping plus another earthquake is not the best mixture. I looked online and it was a 3.7 magnitude and the center was a MILE from my house. After calming down kinda I took my dog upstairs with me and watched more tv. Twenty minutes later I decided I needed to take a bath to help the pain. So I went back downstairs to take a bath and now I'm back upstairs. Being angry that I'm not asleep does not help anything...I know I'm supposed to try and relax so I can maybe sleep but that's a little hard to do right now. I am going to try to go to church but it will be a hard day. I hope you have a peaceful weekend!