When the going gets tough, the tough take a nap. – Tom Hodgkinson
Sleep more at night. If it’s allowed at work or home, take a nap in the afternoon. You’ll be amazed at how much better you’ll feel. – Ben Stein
Baby Ben is enjoying a wonderful nap and he looks so adorable.
I completed my first 5k (3.6 miles) charity run today. My left leg started burning, due to shine splints after the first mile. I ended up limping a good bit during the course and I felt nauseous after the second mile. However, I refused to give up and I just kept moving forward. I was determined to finish the race.
I came in last place, but I am still proud of myself.
I am ready for a nap now. 🙂
I am still struggling with Bells Palsy, but I am starting to see improvements. The recovery processes is going to take several more months.
I can fully close my eyelid again, so I am not taping my eye shut anymore. However, blinking my left eye still requires a good bit of effort and concentration. I also get fatigued easily, since my body is still trying to recover.
The other day, I told my mom I needed to take a nap. I was exhausted, because I spent hours blinking.
My mom laughed. She thought it was the most ridiculous sounding excuse for a nap that she ever heard. However, she did admit in my case it was valid.