ntang (ntang) wrote,

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The past two days in a row, I've woken up before my alarm has gone off, by a good half-hour at least. The few days before that I also woke up early, but I was at my mom's place and the kids were sleeping in the same room so that wasn't my fault, or avoidable.

Now, this is strange simply because once I fall asleep, I'm usually quite a deep sleeper, and in fact tend to react somewhat violently (in mood if not in action, although possibly both depending on the circumstances) to being woken up. I usually have to hit the snooze alarm a half-dozen times before I wake up. So what the hell is going on?

I haven't been getting any more sleep than usual, and I've still been tired recently, so it doesn't seem to be any more deep or useful sleep than usual. I just wake up early. It's almost disturbing, and at the very least is annoying. That extra 30 or 40 minutes of sleep each morning certainly wouldn't hurt, and might help.

I've also been unable to sleep on the bus ride into work, which is another lost half-hour of sleep. Boggin, it's really annoying. It's not like I've got anything better to do, so I just stayed up and stared at the road for 45 minutes as the bus made its way into the city.

Oh well. Ironically waking up that early tends to make me late, because I get annoyed at being up so early, go off and do things like check email or write LJ posts, and end up getting started even later than usual as I get caught up in them. Like, um, this post. Uh, yeah. I think I'll go get ready now.

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