Hitting a Brick Wall, image by Janson Jones of Floridana Alaskiana
“Methought I heard a voice cry ‘Sleep no more!
Macbeth does murder sleep’, the innocent sleep,
Sleep that knits up the ravell’d sleeve of care,
The death of each day’s life, sore labour’s bath,
Balm of hurt minds, great nature’s second course,
Chief nourisher in life’s feast . . . ” ~ William Shakespeare (Macbeth II,2)
Just a quick update. I haven’t had a decent night’s sleep in many nights/days. Today, I had a caudal injection at my Pain Management Center and have spent the day in bed on the heating pad, napping fitfully.
Sorry not to be posting, but I feel absolutely useless. The picture above reflects my current state perfectly: I feel as if I hit a brick wall while traveling 100 mph. Discombobulated, ringing in my ears, throbbing muscles. Not a pretty sight. Hope to be able to post something more meaningful tomorrow, perhaps.
Until then, more later. Peace.
Classic by Sam Cooke: “A Change is Gonna Come”
6 thoughts on ““Sleep no more . . .” ~ Macbeth by William Shakespeare”
I hope you feel better soon. I’m finally starting to really come out of my own funk now. Last semester just ripped me apart. I feel the need for rebirth and reinvention. Shed the skin and greet the new year anew, so to speak. Here’s hoping we all feel better soon — and I’m looking forward to more of your words ~~ !
Thanks. It’s always so nice to receive a comment from you as I know that you are beyond busy in your life. I hope that this semester is not as taxing for you. Looking forward to more great words and pictures from you.
I began the new year thinking that 2010 was going to bring a change. So far, though, nothing. But hey, like Obama, I need to be more patient with this whole change thing, I suppose.
hope the wind changes for you and that you get some sleep and feel better soon.
Thanks for your kind words. It’s been five, no six straight nights of this, and I am beginning to feel like a zombie, however that might feel.
I hope you are feeling better and get some sleep soon.
I could say the same to you. Maybe it’s just the barometric pressure or something weird like that.