Rage against the dying of the light  

bones365 45M
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8/30/2006 9:15 pm

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9/8/2006 3:25 pm

Rage against the dying of the light


I've been a night owl for a while. Worked the night shift for a couple of years pretty much ruined me. It doesn't matter how much sleep i get or don't get I'm wide awake at night. For a while I tried a "coma cocktail" to go to sleep. Just your everyday Nyquil, but since they took the sudafed out of it it's just not the same.

If I was crawling into bed with a warm woman I might see things differently. Not going to sleep until 1 or 2 in the morning really sucks, and not in a good way. I thought at first it was just a symptom of lakanuki, that dreaded disorder of not getting any. As luck would have it, I got laid. When we came up for air, and just laid next to one another, I realized I missed that almost as much as the sex.

Just sleeping next to someone is very addictive. It's like sex, once you've had it, you want it over and over. Now not just anyone, I've shared a bed with women that snore and cover-stealers. Even slept next to a woman that would push me over to the edge of the bed.

Now it's to the point of dreading the ride home from work. Watch a little TV, surf the net for a while and eventually force myself to go to bed. I don't have a bad bed. 500 thread count sheets, extra soft mattress pad. I keep the bed room cold. You always sleep better when it's cold.

This is quite a change from my first few posts. Maybe I'm just in a reflective mood. It gets kinda boring talking about sex all the time. How many different ways can you say I want to go down on you until you soak the sheets then fuck your tits off? Having sex all the time is different, but talking about it just isn't the same.

twirly_girl 48F

8/31/2006 7:24 pm

I'm a night owl. Unlike you, I don't want to go to sleep.
And I certainly don't like to get up in the morning.


-Nikki


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