3 AM, Really? Adjusting Back

This morning I woke up at 3 am, Eden said the second night is usually the hardest for jet leg. Figuring I probably wasn't going to fall back asleep I went ahead and got up. Twelve and a half hours later I am ready for a nap. The fog and mist never lifted from the vally floor today, it's cold. Brrr... I am missing that 80/90 degree weather. My body is still adjusting and I'm giving myself that time. I know I also need to give myself time to adjust to being back but there are things I never want to adjust back to. I'm still working on putting words to those things.

Pictures will take a while to have printed up as I need to go through them on my computer and I can't turn that on right now. It's going into the shop right after Christmas to be fixed and it will take about a week. But believe me, it will be well worth the wait. I need the time to think about things inside anyway so that's good.

I'm off to go take a nap now or I'll be truly practicing silent worship tonight at church. Have a Merry Christmas everyone!

By the way, the drivers here in Oregon are really cautious... The comparison between driving in Kenya and driving here has given me much amusement.

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Walking the Sea: 3 AM, Really? Adjusting Back

Thursday, December 24, 2009

3 AM, Really? Adjusting Back

This morning I woke up at 3 am, Eden said the second night is usually the hardest for jet leg. Figuring I probably wasn't going to fall back asleep I went ahead and got up. Twelve and a half hours later I am ready for a nap. The fog and mist never lifted from the vally floor today, it's cold. Brrr... I am missing that 80/90 degree weather. My body is still adjusting and I'm giving myself that time. I know I also need to give myself time to adjust to being back but there are things I never want to adjust back to. I'm still working on putting words to those things.

Pictures will take a while to have printed up as I need to go through them on my computer and I can't turn that on right now. It's going into the shop right after Christmas to be fixed and it will take about a week. But believe me, it will be well worth the wait. I need the time to think about things inside anyway so that's good.

I'm off to go take a nap now or I'll be truly practicing silent worship tonight at church. Have a Merry Christmas everyone!

By the way, the drivers here in Oregon are really cautious... The comparison between driving in Kenya and driving here has given me much amusement.

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1 Comments:

At December 24, 2009 at 10:03 PM , Anonymous Benny & Robin said...

We are very happy to have you back, safe and sound. Can't wait to see the pictures and hear the stories directly. Welcome back.

 

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