Have any other teachers here been too tired to teach your 08:30 class, so you dressed a protocol droid in your armor, programmed it with the morning's lesson plan, and sent it to teach instead and then tucked yourself back into bed?
Me neither. I have definitely not ever done that this morning.
Everyday I grow more and more tired
i love you and i’m sorry
that moment when you realize you still have two assignments to technically finish and it’s an hour past when you planned to go to sleep.
and you’re hungry...
I’m not entirely here. I feel it burning me.
Is it weird that I've only been off work for an hour and I already want to just crawl into bed and pass out for the night? Like I don't know where this fatigue came from but it's hitting me HARD today. Oof.
i legit did so bad today for my standards..... i ate 1200 cals and burned around 455 leaving me with a net of like 745 which is so bad considering i’ve only ate dinner the past six days lmaoo
I really just wish I had someone to talk to. I’ve been so alone recently. I can’t wait to meet that one special someone to put my time and love into. Life sucks being single and ugly but I’m sure it’ll come around
Jyst gonna sleep fr
Lord im tored
"and now i cant stop thinking that maybe the reason you left was because you finally looked at me and saw what i've been seeing this whole time... just a broken shell of a person."
-im sorry i disappointed us both over and over
I am so tired of waiting,
For the world to become good
And beautiful and kind?
Let us take a knife
And cut the world in two –
And see what worms are eating
At the rind
Tired by Langston Hughes
I miss playing with my makeup 🧚♀️
Day 5 since my last suicide attempt. Now my right kidney has started to hurt too. Both kidneys are fucked up and I’ve lost appetite. I deserve all of this. I want to die. I hate myself.
"Give me a few days of peace in your arms-- I need it terribly. I'm ragged, worn, exhausted. After that I can face the world."
~Henry Miller, from a letter to Anaïs Nin, featured in A Literate Passion: Letters of Anaïs Nin & Henry Miller 1932-1953