Okay...is it just me or should I take a break? Seem to have trouble staying asleep. Should I quilt or have someone sing me a lullaby?
I'm having the same problem, Mary. If you have someone available with a good voice, have them sing you a lullaby. Or you could put on a good CD. BUT if you are in a guilty mood, go quilt. I like to quilt when I can't sleep but that's when I work on projects that don't require much thought. I've been known to fall asleep at my sewing machine or computer. Hope you finally get some shut eye.
When I get into one of those kind of nights, I drink a glass of warm milk and then sit with a good book and read. In a matter of minutes (20 or so), my eyes get really heavy and off to bed. It sure helps.
Diana in East Tn.
I just get up and sew something simple. If you fuss about not being able to sleep, it is self defeating. I usually have a few days a month or every other month where I do some midnight seams and it dosen't hurt me. I'm not tired the next day because I wasn't tired to begin with/ after a few days, i sleep like a log and it all works out.
quilt first then have tea and aromatherapy lavender.
Quilting My Rainbow
When you find out how to fix this problem will you please let me know.....LOL>
Let me know, too, Mary. I seem to have this problem frequently. I was still awake Sunday morning at 7am. Then I wanted to sleep the day away.