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Didn't Sleep Well

I remember dreaming a lot last night. This means I kept waking up in the middle of my REM cycle. You only remember dreams if you wake up in the middle of one. I feel like I have so much to do, I don't know where to start and I can't find the energy to focus on anything. And the one thing I really do want to focus on is the job search, but that's in a wait-state until at least my third interview on Wednesday.

Husband Guy came home at 3am last night/this morning. His Gameboy Advance project went Beta on Monday. Gold Master should ship before the end of September. I try to bring dinner and eat with him sometimes, but I hardly see him anymore. He said he was coming home early today, but he's probably going to be working from home or napping.


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twilight_bill
Aug. 29th, 2001 01:27 am (UTC)
Me neither
I too had a problem sleeping last night. Instead I spent it on-line chatting with a friend.

I've heard that same thign about wakeign up durring rem sleep. Have you ever tried to take controll of your dreems? or realized you were dreaming before you woke up?

That can be cool..
bride
Aug. 29th, 2001 09:39 am (UTC)
Controlling My Dreams
I have! It's kinda nifty, as soon as I take control, I can feel it. It's like my brain has come out of auto-pilot and I'm phasing into existence in the dreamworld. =) But I've never stayed in control long enough to do much in my dreams though =P

I usually realize I'm dreaming just as I'm waking up and I'm usually _saying_ something totally nonsensical ("The monkeys are in the cupboard"; "I want some paper ice cream" are two that I remember).
bellacrow
Aug. 31st, 2001 12:51 am (UTC)
Re: Controlling My Dreams
that's odd, I was doing the almost lucid dreaming last night too. Must be something in the air. I kept thinking, if I can make it happen in the dream, then maybe it can come true.

Does husbandGuy have to do mandatory overtime? I did when working at LucasArts, I hear most do *sigh*
bride
Aug. 31st, 2001 10:10 am (UTC)
Manditory Overtime
I'm not sure what manditory overtime is... He's just on salary and that means you do whatever you need to, to get the job done. There's no overtime _pay_ if you end up working more than 40 hours/week. But he gets time off in lieu, flex hours, expensed meals, expensed toys and whatever else the company can come up with.

We don't _have_ to work overtime, but he and I, both, are motivated by the work we do, so our managers are usually telling US to "PLEASE go HOME tonight!!!". =) =)
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