Snuggle Time

Alright, I had thought that tonight would be a good night to finish a book on the subject of free will and then write about it, but keeping up with my Coursera lectures in a couple of classes prevented that from happening, and right now I think it would be wise to give my body at least a little bit of a break and try to go to bed at some kind of saner hour than usual. Whether from lack of sleep or walking around a lot in a rainy day, today I spent all day with a bit of a sore throat and ended the day with some chills and a fierce headache. While I am not generally someone who has been very kind on my body when it interferes with my daily appointed tasks [1], I figured it would be good to take some of my own advice and try to be good to myself.

So, before my chills and headache get too bad, I think it would be wise to quit while I am only slightly behind in the hope that an hour more of sleep than usual will be enough to provide me with at least some chance of a pleasant day tomorrow, a day I hope is filled with a lot of reading and more successful errands than today provided. We will see, I suppose, if that is the case, but anyway, some snuggle time in warm covers and hopefully pleasant sleep would be exactly what this doctor ordered. So, until tomorrow evening, I bid you all a fond adieu, to you, and you, and you.

[1] See, for example:

…You get the picture….

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5 Responses to Snuggle Time

  1. Ah, sweet Sound of Music and a fond lullaby to you. Rest well, and I hope you feel better in the morn’. 🙂

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