Insomniacs-R-Us-2

Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by SDsalsaguy, Dec 24, 2007.

  1. MissBallroomBear

    MissBallroomBear Active Member

    Heya Meow! :D It's good to hear from you. I trust you're safe and well.
    We've missed you on DF but I suppose we'll have to forgive you. ;)
     
  2. meow

    meow New Member

    Hey MBB. Yes, I'm fine. How are you? School goes back next week - are you looking forward to it?
    Still busy with a very exeburant puppy. And thanks for the forgiveness.;)
     
  3. MissBallroomBear

    MissBallroomBear Active Member

    I'm not too bad. Just melting away.

    Not exactly. But I suppose it will help pass the time between dancing. :)

    Naww. They can be just as bad as a baby. At least baby's don't chew stuff up! Give it a pat for me, though I'm sure that it's had a countless number.
     
  4. MissBallroomBear

    MissBallroomBear Active Member

    Well, am checking out now. It's only 11 pm but am trying to get back into a better habit before school starts back. Have a nice day my American DFers!
     
  5. elisedance

    elisedance New Member

    4 30 am here. Back after a rollercoaster comp in a hotel overlooking the Niagara falls (posted results on Comp results of DFers thread). At least the nightcap comp went well - really very well we were just a half point off second place (only 5 couples though).

    Anyhow, its very late/early and I should get some sleep. nite all iruers and readers...
     
  6. pruthe

    pruthe Member

    Hi Elisedance,

    Went out to eat with wife last night, but think ate too late. Stomach was churning while in bed and heart pumping to support digestion. Keeping me awake, so came down and got on computer. Don't think eating rich chocolate desert helped either. Caffeine. Got to stop eating so late. Duh! Going back to bed now, but will be getting up in an hour.

    Bye.
     
  7. SDsalsaguy

    SDsalsaguy Administrator Staff Member

    2:08am here. Got in a little bit of salsa before finishing prepping for Monday's classes. Off to try getting a few hours sleep now. Night-night all! :kitty:
     
  8. elisedance

    elisedance New Member

    I use the 'not-past-noon' rule on the coffee, P. If I didn't I would be awake 24/7! And chocolate cake went out the window with dancing.... one day I have a LOT of catching up to do!
     
  9. elisedance

    elisedance New Member

    here I am again,
    happy as can be,
    must get some sleep soon,
    I'm meeting a guest for tea
     
  10. elisedance

    elisedance New Member

    Gee, the conversation seems a bit predictable here.... Am I the only one that knows how to not-sleep now?
     
  11. MissBallroomBear

    MissBallroomBear Active Member

    Not at all ED. I'm quite family with the art of insomnia but I have been trying to get back into a better habit for school. For some reason, I don't think falling asleep in class would be the best way to make a good impression on my new teachers.
     
  12. elisedance

    elisedance New Member

    No but it could make a great impression on your desk :D
     
  13. meow

    meow New Member

    Hi all. I am getting back, albeit slowly. I cannot believe how much time goes into this puppy. But she is learning 'my' rules, like only chewing her toys and toilet behaviour is an outside activity. She sleeps through the night now and won't get up when I do, which is still the norm for me.
     
  14. MissBallroomBear

    MissBallroomBear Active Member

    True, but my desk doesn't write my report card.:rolleyes:
     
  15. MissBallroomBear

    MissBallroomBear Active Member

    It's good to be getting you back, Meow. I remember when my dog was little my mum called her a 'little black nightmare'.
     
  16. elisedance

    elisedance New Member

    Which is why dogs from the pound can be such a good value! Of course, you may get a whole other set of baggage....
     
  17. meow

    meow New Member

    Over here, dogs from the pound are ALL desexed before being adopted. Thank goodness.
     
  18. elisedance

    elisedance New Member

    de-sexed - thats a nice term - is that standard in Aust? Here the terms are particular about gender - neutered and spayed, though for the moment I have forgotten which is which!.
     
  19. DancePoet

    DancePoet New Member

    Neutered can be used for both. Spayed is used for the removal of ovaries.
     
  20. MissBallroomBear

    MissBallroomBear Active Member

    What a lovely conversation.:rolleyes:
     

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