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    Jane
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    For when your awake when you want to be asleep, here are some funny fury felines to keep you happy. The face in this first one is priceless. 😆

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    Just something to make you smile. 😆

    #13344

    Martin Reed
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    More like the stuff of nightmares!

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    Jane
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    Aren't they cute little kitties? 😆

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    Jane
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    #13347

    1949Molly
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    'Jane' wrote on '09:

    For when your awake when you want to be asleep, here are some funny fury felines to keep you happy. The face in this first one is priceless. 😆

    funny-pictures-your-cat-is-bursting-with-joy1.jpg

    thermometer.jpg

    scaredcat.jpg

    Just something to make you smile. 😆

    Thanks for the cat photos.

    Right now I don't feel like smiling. I've been having financial troubles and I thought that this was what was contributing to my chronic insomnia. Well, my financial troubles are better now an I still had a crappy sleep last night. Maybe it's unrealistic to think that all will be roses (sleep better, etc.) when this huge and persistent worry (money) gets better. But the two things don't seem to be connected. So I'm trying other sleep inducing things.

    I took a bike ride this morning – I haven't done this for months because I've been so worried about these financial things, and I'm taking a long bus trip today – one that I've taken before but always enjoy. Then I'll try yet another combination of sleeping pills tonight and see if it helps.

    #13348

    Martin Reed
    ★ Admin
    '1949Molly' wrote on '13:

    Thanks for the cat photos.

    Right now I don't feel like smiling. I've been having financial troubles and I thought that this was what was contributing to my chronic insomnia. Well, my financial troubles are better now an I still had a crappy sleep last night. Maybe it's unrealistic to think that all will be roses (sleep better, etc.) when this huge and persistent worry (money) gets better. But the two things don't seem to be connected. So I'm trying other sleep inducing things.

    I took a bike ride this morning – I haven't done this for months because I've been so worried about these financial things, and I'm taking a long bus trip today – one that I've taken before but always enjoy. Then I'll try yet another combination of sleeping pills tonight and see if it helps.

    Sorry to hear that your sleep hasn't improved. It's good that you're getting out and about and breaking your routine. Hopefully that will help.

    Remember, you have the support of every single member of Insomnia Land. We've got your back. Keep in touch and don't give up!

    #13349

    Jane
    ✘ Not a client

    Hello Molly.

    Sorry to hear about your troubles. I sincerely hope things look up for you soon. 🙂

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