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Re: A 4:30 AM confession

Lets hear it for morning!   As for hot flashes -- DH just can't  
understand why I sometimes must seek the guest room.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Aug 16, 2005, at 9:41 PM, Pam Evans wrote:

> I'm w/ you Theresa, early to bed, early to rise.  I'm usually the
> first one up when I visit Jesse, so I just sit at the kitchen table
> and read until Robert gets up and starts breakfast.  I get much more
> sleep in the winter when it gets dark so early.  Or did before hot
> flashes....
> On 8/16/05, Theresa <tchessie@comcast.net> wrote:
>> Me neither!  I'm ready for sleep by 9:30 at night.  As a teenager and
>> 20-something, I wouldn't have been caught dead in bed at that  
>> time.  I
>> have always been a morning person though.  When the sun comes up,  
>> so do
>> I (and so the time I rise changes throughout the year).
>> Theresa
>> hodgesaa@earthlink.net wrote:

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