Many of us obsessed with our phones and tend to take our phones to bed with us. Lying in the dark while Facebook surfing until your eyes get blurry and too tired to use your thumb to swipe up, waiting for that precise moment your brain tells you enough information intake.
I take many things to bed with me just not my phone. Because I’m obsessed with different things other than my social status or if anyone liked the photo of my dinner.
I take my thoughts to bed. Equally as bad.
I take the funny memories of my daughter to bed.
Sometimes, it verve on the line of wanting to sneak into her bedroom just to watch her sleep. I know, creepy as hell. But in the morning when she’s yelling for me, I huddled deep in my dreams, clutching my blanket over my head, telling myself that I’m hallucinating her screams.
I take sweet words to bed.
Marriage takes a lot of hard work indeed! I like to take simple loving praises and gestures from my husband to end my day. I hope that I reciprocate enough sweet gestures for him to take to bed as well.
I take my work thoughts to bed.
Solutions to a bad work situation often pop into my head without prompting and I’ll play out my solution to the situation over and over again. By the morning, I’ll have the near perfect answer to solve the problem on why the cookies in our pantry keep dwindling.
I take my friends’ problems to bed.
I wonder how I can help them and if I can do anything at all to ease their worries just a little. I wonder if they are tossing and turning in bed right now and if they will sleep any at all.
I take my clients’ problems to bed.
I write for a living. So to me, my clients who want their websites to rank on the first page of Google becomes my problem. To insert appropriate keywords yet to bring information to their target audience. Sometimes, I do so much research I tend to bring those floating thoughts with me into my dreams.
I take MiddleMe’s ideas to bed too.
Ideas on what to write on flows on endlessly in the night and sometimes elaborate and evolve in my dreams. That’s how I manage to write so much in the day when I sort out the things I want to write at night.
I take your comments to bed with me as well.
I sleep well surrounded by your encouragements. I delve deeper into your suggestions and pieces of advice. I implore further into your words of wisdom. At the end of me falling asleep, I’m happy and satisfied I have contributed to someone’s life.
I’m going to bed now and my brain has never stopped working. Although it is unhealthy not to have my mind rested at night, I always feel refreshed and ready for a new day when I wake up in the morning.
And that’s what I take with me when I go to bed at night.
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