Fibronaut At Home

TMI and Vampires

on September 25, 2012

It is 1 in the afternoon and I am still in my jammies (leave me alone Google Chrome!), dammit!  I also still feel like I have cotton for brains.  Is it the weather (cold front with rain) or is it the middle-of-the-night-sex that woke me up two nights ago?  If only we lived closer to where my hubby worked.  Then, he could come home for a little afternoon delight and I would get the endorphin’s (Google Chrome tells me I need the apostrophe, are they correct?) when I need them, not when I don’t.  Since I can’t seem to get going in the a.m. and I’ve decided to be kinder to myself on this aspect, I’m going to have to completely revamp my schedule.  I think it was too much to ask for anyway.  Thanks to Jodi Ambrose for making me feel better about my night owl ways (  I used to be a morning person and the fibromyalgia and insomnia happened and I just can’t do it anymore.  Vampires, I mean, Fibro-fighters, unite!

2 responses to “TMI and Vampires

  1. I love being in my jammies in the afternoon! I’m still in mine too! God bless working from home. 🙂 So happy that you enjoyed my blog post (rant, freak out!) about being a night owl. 🙂 Sometimes a girl’s just gotta let it all hang out. 🙂 Hugs!!

  2. painfighter says:

    I have never been a morning person and am especially not one now with fibromyalgia. There is nothing wrong with pajamas. If I could go to work in them, I would!!! My husband works nights and I work days, so even through I’m not a morning person I consider him the vampire. He and his coworkers actually call people who work normal schedules daywalkers. LOL.

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