I like to sleep. Sean always says that I've over-slept if I'm in this kind of energy state. I don't know if that's true... If I had over-slept then why am I still yawning?
I don't think it helps that I'm bored, and I've been over-thinking again. Analysing weight issues, how to get from A to B - when B appears to be a very long way off. How to fit in the gym, which is possible after work, but then how to exercise correctly to burn fat faster and how to do that safely so I don't bugger up any of my joints.
I spend a lot of time thinking about things, making myself tired and usually giving myself a headache, so then I sleep. I don't think I actually caught up on sleep this weekend properly, I forced myself up at my normal time and then went to bed later than normal.
It's getting quite cold now, we're definitely shifting into winter weather. The best bit is that it's not raining too much unlike normal Scottish autumn's, which makes the cold weather easier to bear. I like the winter, I like seeing all the autumn colours and the leaves on the ground, when everything starts to bunker down for the cold season. I hope it stays drier, I don't mind the rain - I sleep really well listening to the sound of rain - but it does make winter nicer. You can do more, enjoy more outdoor activities when the rain stays away.
Not that I do much outside of work, when I get time off I'm either working for Mum or spending time with Sean. This weekend we were off together and apart from a trip to Lidl to pick up some rolls, we stayed indoors - maybe this isn't the best thing for us to do but it's simply easy and after a long week at work it is sometimes all we want to do.
Work makes me really tired, I only get a weekend off every two weeks. Sometimes I find I'm more tired after a two day weekend than just a single day off - how strange is that?
I'm warbling now... hopefully the day will be quick and painless! Then time to sleep!