By Dick Schuller
Homespun Yarns 

What to do when the rest of the world is fast asleep


When I was a little boy, my mother would put me to bed for the night and bang—the next thing I knew it was morning. Well, things change a little over the years, and when you get older the eight hours of desired sleep may well be broken up into spans of sleepiness.

Perhaps you drop off to sleep and in your hibernation you wake up and look at the clock. No, it isn’t morning as you had hoped. It’s 1:30 a.m.! Grrrr. You lay there quietly, waiting for that sweet repose that you desire, but it doesn’t come. The clock says you’ve been trying to get back to sleep for a half an hour.

You comfort yourself with the thought that although you are not sleeping, you are nonetheless resting. Sm...

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