Sweet slumber.

I have more often than not, found myself totally and utterly unable to wake up at a decent hour. Let's say, 7:30 a.m. even 8 o'clock would be nice.

What constitutes a great morning for me is being able to wake up feeling somewhat rested, snuggled in my oh so warm and soft bathrobe, with a nice hot cup of coffee watching Good Morning America....before the kids wake up. How nice it would be to start off the day in solitude; with peace and quiet.....Jen time. It's been way too long and I've come to the conclusion of just why this doesn't happen.

Long nights; staying up past midnight, surfing the net of my many list of photoblogs, facebooking, and playing with photos....and I've recently taken up the phenomenon of twittering. I've realized I need to take a step back, slow down, take a break, and step away from the computer....or at least avoid using this thing until 2 or 3 a.m 'cuz I don't think I could actually not touch the computer for a day. It's become quite a problem they have therapy for this? and is there a name for it?

So in leiu of staying on here any longer than necessary (cuz it's 2:30 a.m. right now-yikes!) I am going to close with this nice sleepy photo of my little man. Off to bed I go. :)


Meghan Justice said...

I am right there with you! I could not stay away from the computer for even a day because of my addiction (and my school). Being a full time mom, student, and photographer makes it really hard to go to bed at a reasonable hour and wake up feeling rested. Wes should both try to go to bed earlier and wake up earlier, maybe then we won't be so tired!

Boybarian Dad said...

What a sweety, i love it. Aren't they so precious when they are sleeping and then they wake up, the light saber comes out and all _ _ _ _ breaks loose :)

B Dad.

kate said...

so sweet! sleeping pics are the best.