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"But I Love My Sleep!"

Alright, rocketeers... this post is on a subject that's near and dear to my heart.

Whenever people hear about the polyphasic sleep schedule, they come up with reasons they couldn't do it. I don't know why... It's really awesome and everyone should want to do it. By far the most common excuse is :

"But I love my sleep. I would never want to give it up."

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On Reviving Roses

Originally Posted: Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Nothing is more frustrating than this computer!!!! I just wrote out an entire page of thoughts.For whatever reason my computer thought it was a great idea to delete everything! Now I have to start over. I don't even know where to begin. Or if I should even write about the same things. Here it goes.

I originally had no idea what to write about. I started to think about my blog, and what I might write there. Thinking about my dog, the one that just passed and the one that just joined our family. Thinking about zen, the art of being (that's right "being"). Does anyone know what I mean? Do I?

I will start, again, with my dogs. It's been a little over two weeks since Cadence passed. We just got her ashes back on Friday. They were heavier that I thought they would be. Is that strange? Expecting my dogs ashes to be a certain weight? Something even more strange, I looked at them. After I picked them up from the vet, I had to take a peek. I bit morbid, I won't deny it. Aren't you just the least bit curious to see what ashes (dog ashes) look like? I can tell you, nothing exciting, exactly what you would expect. I lost it anyway, of course.

Then there's Daisy. Many people think we're crazy for getting another husky so quickly, not even a week after Cadence passed. Isn't that what we should be doing? Moving on. Cadence is dead, she will never be back in our lives, there was nothing we could do to prolong her life. When I saw Daisy behind the bars at the SPCA I knew she could help. Not only help me move on with the next phase of my life, the phase without Cadence, but help Sydney also. Sydney was so sad. She was just whining all day long, nothing could make her happy (or just be quiet). She seems happier now. Still whining some and she constantly wants to be out on the patio. She never wanted to be outside before, now it seems like that's all she ever wants. She confuses me.

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