Þæs ofereode, þisses swa mæg (000_hester_000) wrote,
Þæs ofereode, þisses swa mæg

Hm . . .

I should be looking for a job; I should be looking for an apartment. Well, okay, I am doing both of those things, but admittedly I'm doing them rather slowly. I should be reading through the mountain I've books I've been meaning to read; I should be catching up on Old Norse, which I've totally neglected for the past couple of weeks.

I just feel so tired I can't do anything. If I don't set my alarm clock, I spend a couple of hours trapped in this gross in-between space that isn't quite being awake and isn't quite being asleep. If I do set my alarm clock and get up, I feel tired throughout the day. It doesn't matter if I get three hours of sleep or if I get ten: I get up, feel fine, have breakfast, and then want to go back to bed a couple of hours later. So what am I supposed to do about that?

Perhaps it's all some strange permutation of mourning. But in that case, I would rather be sad and then have energy instead of feeling nothing and having my energy sapped.
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