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January 12, 2006

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Julie D.

I have read this in several places recently and it has made me be much better about getting to bed.

Essy

I certainly recongize the importance of it...unfortunately there isn't much that I can do about it right now...since my youngest won't cooperate and sleep through the night...arghhhh!

ukok

I don't eat properly, I never exert my body beyond what is entirely necessary, and I don't get enough sleep. I think I average between 5-6 hours sleep a night. This is not enough for me because every morning I feel like crud and vow to be in bed earlier that evening. It just doesn't happen though as I'm kind of a 'night person'. I like to stay up and read, work, surf the net and generally enjoy the time after the kids are in bed by slobbing around!

God Bless.

p.s. Glad to hear that Sara is doing so well!

Argent

I'm a night owl, too. Since returning from Rome last month, I haven't been able to readjust my inner clock. I keep waking up at 4 AM which is not helping since lots of people I know are in crisis and so my mind immediately goes to them. Maybe I should learn to say Matins and Lauds.

Elena

Thanks Hector! I intend to print this out and read it to my 7-month old in the morning. Hope she takes the hint!!! : )

Hector

Ha! I hope that works Elena, that might be the begining of the next study...

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