Sunday, February 18, 2007


Last night I got eleven hours of it. I did not have to struggle to stay awake today in class, or even this evening when I was reading on the couch. I'm thinking I should do this more often.


Anonymous said...

on various measures of health, utah ranks very high, we assume word of wisdom and sports/exercise factors. maybe, but it's also sleep. utah ranks highest in the country for average hours of sleep (I wonder if that includes sleeping in church)

kirsa said...

Regarding santorio's comment, my mother just informed me a few days ago that Utah also is currently suffering from a huge rise in obesity among its populace. I don't have the foggiest idea how true it is.

I like getting nine hours of sleep a night.

skyeJ said...

I like getting ten and a half. That's what my body always does on its own if I let it. My whole life I've been that way. I have felt guilty for sleeping in pretty much my ENTIRE LIFE. Working nights with no other life outside of work was great. It was an excuse to sleep that much. Trouble was, I eventually got to the point where the night stuff made me more tired. there just aren't enough hours in the day to sleep sometimes.