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Going to George and the dragon on Tuesday night gives me a sense of well-being about society not having gone completely rotten or stupid. Maybe the "bowling alone" phenomenon isn't necessarily being such a big deal. When lots of people to gather into small crowded pubs to sit with friends among British paraphernalia collectively demonstrating their brainpower over fermented beverages, this is not such a bad thing.

In other news, I am once again awake hours before my alarm that is already set far too early for my liking. Am I turning into an insomniac? Is my body telling me that I have more important things to do? I don't know, but it would be especially bad to be late for class having been awake for this long.

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Are you getting to bed late and then worrying about waking up on time or anything like that? I know that I have a problem that if I am scared that I won't wake up on time that my body kind of freaks out and I end up waking up way way way too early. Or maybe your bed isn't comfortable enough. I've had a type of insomnia since about middle school and only recently has it improved - partially because I have a new mattress for the first time since I was 3. I don't know, these are just thoughts, but if it persists too much I'd think about what could be factors...

I sound like a mom or something :-|

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I think you're right about the early class thing. I usually go to bed lateish; so early classes induce a little low-level paranoia.

I probably just need to adjust to this quarter's class schedule since I have no trouble sleeping when I don't have classes.

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Yeah, probably if you just go to bed a little early or turn your alarm up super loud or something so that you won't feel nervous about missing class, then you'll probably sleep ok. Hopefully...