So true. I really don’t want to sleep now. It’s been 14 years since I was diagnosed and I still don’t like sleeping. Don’t get me wrong… I LOVE to sleep. I don’t like missing out on anything. I love seeing the silver moonlight light up the live oaks in our yard and seeing the cattle moving. I like looking up and seeing the International Space Station whizzing around the earth. In the morning, I like seeing my dogs stalk squirrels and chasing birds. I like seeing the sun come up. I like being alive. Sleeping is one of my favorite pastimes but going to sleep and voluntarily being in a mock coma for 5-8 eight hours.. I don’t like that. Ever since cancer got so personal with me. I just don’t want to miss out on ANYTHING, Day or Night, like this beautiful dragon fly that was riding the thermals generated by my skylight.
Life is short, you don’t know what might happen so look up. Don’t want to miss out on ANYTHING, Day or Night, like this beautiful dragon fly that was riding the thermals generated by my skylight.