There is a small window of time where after being woken up, I can slip back into sleep. The size of the window is directly related to the amount of time having been asleep, for example: After being woken up after three hours of sleep, I can be awake for an hour and go back to sleep with ease. However, after being woken up after eight hours of sleep that window shrinks down to about five minutes.
Darrett woke me up with a phone call to get me to join him for lunch. However, I had different plans in mind, which was to hang up the phone and go back to sleep. By the time I finally convinced Darrett to let me sleep, I was fully awake and starting to feel hungry.
The lesson of the day: Let Jennifer win the sleep argument, but keep her on the phone long enough and she'll eventually be sitting across the table from you with a plateful of food trying to convince you that baton twirling is a talent.Posted by jennifer at November 09, 2003 06:21 PM