Well, our baby is waking up…see you again soon!
A quick summary.
It’s been quite some time since my last post and update about my experiences with and recovery from Bell’s Palsy. I was diagnosed on Wednesday, April 9th, 2008 with Bell’s Palsy. During my own search for information on the internet I discovered good information was difficult to find. Bell’s Palsy is not a condition most people are familiar with and
I’m not sleeping well. This isn’t anything new, as I tend to experience bouts of insomnia on a fairly regular basis. Sometimes it’s caused by stress, sometimes by my mind working through ideas or problems. Either way, it’s frustrating. And according to studies I’ve read, isn’t particularly good for long term health.
I’m writing this post just past 2:00am having tossed and turned in bed for a good three or four hours.
Maybe, now I’ve gotten this off my chest, the sleep that has been so elusive will reveal itself to me.
If only there wasn’t a 6:00am alarm waiting for me. I suppose that’s what coffee is for.
Posted to WordPress from the Sprint HTC EVO 4G.
Being you is effortless – be you. No one can tap into your unique gifts because no one is like you – be you. No one can compete with you because you are the only one on the entire planet who is you – be you. Others cannot be you and you cannot be anyone else; and neither do you need to – just be you! The easiest thing to do – be you.
Granted, the apology is probably bullshit.