I didn’t sleep well last night. Every few months I have an evening when it takes a long time to sleep, and it’s so annoying when that happens. Especially days like today, since I won’t be home until after 7pm. Hopefully the hours will pass by quickly.
I’m looking forward to reading my book later on today. The halfway point in my story really brought on an issue that I kinda expected, but looking forward to seeing what happens next.
It’s almost that time when I need to begin preparing for next month’s theme, but I just value resting when I’m home! It’s how it’s supposed to be, but a teacher’s life is always consumed with creating curriculum. Every single moment. All the time. Or at least for a couple days to make sure the room looks presentable. I just want to enjoy my book a bit longer.
Just a couple more days, then I can truly sleep. After I come home and exercise, all I want to do is sleep. I do get some tasks in before I crash for the night. It’s truly an effort though, because sleep is valuable.
Truly thankful that I had a good night’s sleep. While I know that it’s still the weekend, of course I would get a decent night’s sleep, it actually has been difficult. For the past couple weeks, I’ve been waking up several times during the night. I could not get to sleep, and it was frustrating.
I live through work struggles and life struggles day by day, but last night my thoughts on all these difficulties came crashing in on me at once. Handling a wedding, while working a job with limited pay, stresses me out to no end. I agonize and overanalyze, but I came to a realization that this is the lesson I need to work through right now.
Does it mean that life will automatically get easier? It’s up to how I travel through my life path at this point. Coming to terms with my difficulties, while blending my passions, may be the key to living a more peaceful life.