John Kahane (jkahane) wrote,
John Kahane

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Sleepless Night, Tired Morning

Had a terrible night's sleep last night.

I went to bed relatively early enough, around 10:00 pm or so, and read for about 45 minutes. I'm currently reading Brian Switek's Written in Stone, and it's been a fascinating read so far, for the record; but I'm taking a long time to read it since I've got so much gaming stuff to do at the moment. In any event, my back was hurting something fierce last night, so I took some Robaxacet, and managed to drop off to sleep.

However, I woke around 2:15 am with my body tied up in the sheets of the bed and me half on the floor. Not comfortable, and certainly painful for the back. From that point until the alarm went off at 5:30 am I managed to sleep in fits and spurts, tossing and turning all over the place. As you can imagine, I am very tired this lovely Thursday.

In the meantime, work is a bit hectic today, as a big translation job has landed on my desk this morning. Can't talk more about this, but it's going to be a 2- to 3-week project for myself and at least three others on the job. Which is good... it will keep me focused on what I have to do, and hopefully distract me from most of the pain! :)

In the meantime, I've also got a frantic two days of work to accomplish to get two of the scenarios ready for CanGames, which begins a week tomorrow. EEK!
Tags: back pain, books, bulging disc, busy, cangames, convention, gaming, health hut, personal, reading, reading hut, restless sleep, rpg hut, scenarios, sleepless, work

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