...but its not working out.
Listening to Julee Cruise. I do love her. A breath of my non-conformist New Orleans beginnings/youth...seemingly calming but maybe not?
Those of you who have trouble sleeping--how do you attempt to remedy it? I think I may spend the rest of my life trying. Teas, pills, music, meditation...sigh.
The one great thing about not sleeping--besides the strangely lovely feeling of being the lone soul in your parts--I get so many wonderful ideas of things to make and do. It might even be the most creative time for me. So I really can't complain. But it does feel lonely every once in a while.
I've stopped sewing for the time being. I had two-too many road blocks that made me mad and so I'm done for the forseeable future. I've moved on to drawing for now. I've resumed work on my comic book-slash-illustrated novel about angry dolls with missing parts and my childrens' book about the little girl with the peg leg. Screw sewing. Too anal for me all of a sudden. Plus I have what feels like 11 minutes of the day to be creative (when I'm not on stage) and I need a portable project that can be worked on backstage and the pressure of squeezing in sewing-machine time was getting stressful. I still have a jumper outfit profect but it is officially on hold until I am more pleasant in regards to sewing.
Also I'm tired. Very tired.
Sweet dreams to the rest of you for whom sleep comes easy and for the rest of us...well...
P.S. I attempted to attach two Julee Cruise songs for you up there at the top. I think they open up in a separate window if you care to hear and be hypnotized...