What can I do when I wake up in the morning and there is an overwhelming fog right before my very eyes? Do I go back to sleep? Do I get up and shower? Do I jump up and run through the day wide open? Do I sit in the chair and possibly recline and just experience some quite time?
I feel these are good questions. For me, I have found that I just need the quite time. I call these moments "Tired Brain Syndrome" I have chosen the anacronym "TBS". I will let the recliner back. During this time my mind just wanders; and, I am really not thinking about any one thing very long. I have found that if I take this quite time, I will come out of the fog sooner rather than later. If I chose to push ahead and then stop, it may take a day or several days for the fog to disappear. My plan is working, so I will stay with it.
©2015 Robert Bowles
Robert Bowles, Jr.