Wednesday, July 8, 2009

All I Want To Do...

...is nap. I am bone-tired. More exhausted than I have ever been in my entire life, including when the kids weren't sleeping through the night yet. And I'm not the only one. My classmates tell me they're experiencing the same thing. It's almost like a clinical depression (not to minimize anyone's actual depression, mind you!), because I want to spend every spare moment sleeping.

I'm not spending every spare moment sleeping, of course. Can't do that - too much to study and too much to do! I am taking a nap whenever I get the chance, though, and sleeping in when I can. I think it's just exhaustion - we've all pushed and pushed and pushed to get through the anesthesia program and now we're right at the end and we're almost too tired to care.

So, I'm going to do what any self-respecting student would do and go have another nap. Have a good day, everyone! Oh, and go to The Apron Goddesses and enter to win a couple of aprons - you won't be sorry. Well, if you win, you won't, anyway!

9 comments:

Mildred said...

Terri, I hope you can get a good, restful nap in - you certainly deserve it. Thinking of you and wishing you all the best.

blushing rose said...

It is exhausting work ... you taek care of yourself so you don't get run down, Terri. TTFN ~Marydon

Heidi 'n' Jeff said...

I hope you get a good nap. If anyone desires it, I'm sure it's you! :)

Amy said...

I hope you can get a good nap! Not much longer and it'll all be over!

Susie said...

I hope you gets lots of rest Terri. Not too many more days to go before you're done!

Goat Creek Grandma said...

I understand totally Terri. I was the same way while going to school. I think I was suffering 'burnout'.... didn't think the last year would ever end. :)

Take Care,
Debbie

TC said...

Bless your heart Ms. Terri! You deserve the rest whenever you can get it, that's for sure! But don't get too much sleep, you might feel "dipached" from society.

(Lord help me if ever I see a "blyzath" in my garden. I'm runnin away fast!)

Daisy said...

Night, night, sleep tight. Don't let the bed bugs bite. And if they do, hit them with a shoe. And if they run, hit them with the other one.

*tucking blanket around Terri's chin, scaring all the monsters out from under the bed and out of the closet, leaving a nice glass of water on the table next to the bed, and humming a lullaby while turning off the light and softly closing the door* :)

Terri said...

Thank you, everyone! I'm hanging in there - I'll be blogging more soon!