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Thursday November 10, 05

Why am I still awake?

03:08 AM

Looks like I am pulling an all-nighter. So, what is on my mind tonight? A lot! Like always, I have many thoughts racing through my mind -- keeping the ol' gray matter machinery cranking through the wee hours of the night. Cod is awake still as well.

It is after five a.m. here. I could almost smell the morning coffee brewing. Except I don't drink coffee anymore. I haven't done so in years. Though, I do have a feeling I will pick up this habit once again in the future. Definitely, if I take a job working mornings. Oh, the thought of it scares me to death. What employer could possibly want a zombie for an employee?! Nope -- I am no good in the morning; I am at my best after 11 p.m. Give me an ipod, a broom, and a dirty room. Proud employee of the Sheraton Hotel's night cleaning crew -- this is what I want to be when I grow up -- a drone who can work, walk, smile... all while remaining in the Twilight Zone.

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  • Midnight Blues

    It's the darkest hour
    of the darkest night.
    It's a million miles
    from the morning light.
    Can't get no sleep.
    Don't know what to do.
    I've got those midnight blues.
    When the shadows fall,
    I feel the night closing in.
    There must be some reason
    for this mood I'm getting in.
    Can't get no sleep.
    Don't know what to do.
    I've got those midnight blues.
    Every evening after sundown,
    as the light begins to fade.
    I feel so low, but I just don't know
    why these blues won't go away.
    Every evening after sundown,
    as the light begins to fade.
    I feel so low, but I just don't know
    why these blues won't go away.
    It's the darkest hour
    of the darkest night.
    It's a million miles
    to the morning light.
    Can't get no sleep.
    Don't know what to do.
    I've got those midnight blues.

    Gary Moore
    angelunimportant -- Thursday November 10 2005, @11:40AM (#185221)
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