It's time for the "Five Minute Friday" blogging post. The inspiration comes from Lisa Jo Baker.
What you do is set your timer for five minutes and write whatever you want according to the prompt Lisa places on her blog every Friday. Then you go back, link your blog and give support to those who posted before you. And, we connect on Twitter with #FiveMinuteFriday.
I love those moments right before I fall asleep. I'm drifting down into the subconsciousness of my mind. The day's worries are far behind me.
My mind focuses on the prayer I pray right before sleep. Sometimes i make it through the entire prayer before I fall asleep. Sometimes I don't.
I float away on the softest of dreams, just starting. Not yet developed into full stories for me to enjoy and get wrapped up in while my body rests. It's so nice to dream again. I've had night terrors for so long after the ECT treatments and I was afraid to fall asleep. Afraid of what horrors my mind would conjure for me to recall in the morning light. What terrors would keep me from sleeping at all.
But, no more. I have sweet dreams now. Real dreams. Fun dreams. I dream. That's the best thing about falling asleep. I fall deep enough that I can actually dream. I awaken the next morning happy and relaxed. Refreshed from a good night's sleep.
People don't realize how much your body depends on a good night's sleep. Your body needs to recharge. Relax.
Such a good post. We tend to sacrifice sleep and then really wind up regretting it later. Am keeping this in mind this weekend!-The Dose Girls
So true! While I have fun , glorious dreams also..I also have chronic insomnia. It can really mess with your day to not awake refreshed. It makes it harder to get things done! :) I am glad your sleep is great now. What a relief, eh? Visiting from FMF.
thanks for the comments and I'm so glad others understand how important sleep is as well. It really affects your entire physical and mental health.
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