Friday, February 20, 2009

Those Weird Things We Do!

They(as in wise people or cultures), say that every hour of sleep you get before midnight is worth like...gazillions!

No Kidding. Exhausted as hell from the last few days of sorting donations, inhaling dust and suffering continuous episodes of sneezing attacks so that having run out of "Hayfellergy" tablets I had to resort to the lesser brother of Western antihistimines (which quite frankly are so harsh they give me liver pains :p), I hit the sack possibly one hour before midnight-which since holidays kicked in-is some kind of record for me!!

So anyway at 4am I woke up feeling relatively bright as a button and felt instinctively compelled to rearrange my bedroom somewhat. Or at least clean the dust below my bed- being 4am though I couldn't use the vacuum so I wet mopped instead-very happy with the results :) I only made 2 small furniture adjustments and wow, the airflow in the room is just so much better-happy!

In any case just a little "human" anecdote- that is one thing I love about not being a robot-we can still harbour and entertain free will and quirks...Yep that was the most satisfying 4am activity I've engaged in for a while! May this zest for cleaning continue!! LOL


Shannanigans said...

I usually get off work at 4am...and I definitely do not clean then!

Free Mindmap said...

Well, I do like to read these small anecdotes from you and I like the way you describe them. Thanks a lot, it makes me feel in a strange way connected to a person on the other side of the globe.

mscherrylane said...

Shan, 4am...Best time to clean! It's all so much more efficient at that time- definitely something to "try before you die"! LOL

Jos, it's not strange...I feel a lot more connected with people on the other side of the globe than in my own half...LOL I've come to accept that this is just *normal* hehe ;)

miruspeg said...

Well MacKenzie you have given me an idea of what to do at 4 in the morning other than go to the toilet!

I am enjoying your zest for cleaning posts immensely.


Delighted Scribbler said...

Wow. I'm in awe. I would have to go to bed at something like 7 p.m. in order to get up at 4 a.m. and be able to function.