Sleep and Deprivation

This post comes to you from Sleep and Deprivation. I.E. 10 hour night shifts for the past 5 days.

Sleep and Deprivation would like to convey their sincerest apologies for robbing Zeiger of coherent thought…thus why they are writing and she is not.

Also, they would like to inform the awesome Blog-O-Sphere that the Zeiger family will be moving soon and will be lacking internet for an unknowable amount of time. This makes Jennifer very sad as she loves the interaction here and on other blogs. So Sleep and Deprivation feel fairly comfortable in saying Jennifer will be back on the blog as soon as she can.

But for now she must finish out her last week of night shifts and fit packing in somewhere in the in-between. Sleep and Deprivation will run amuck until sometime in May.

Until then, sweet dreams, sugar plums and all that, to those who are able to acquire regular sleep.

Sincerely,

Sleep and Deprivation standing in for Jennifer Zeiger.

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12 thoughts on “Sleep and Deprivation

  1. bethteliho says:

    YUCK. I hope the moves goes smoothly and you can rest again soon!

  2. J.C. Wolfe says:

    Good luck with everything, Jennifer! Hope you get plenty of rest! See you again soon! 😉

  3. Matthew X. Gomez says:

    Looking forward to when you get back! Glad to know it’s a short time absence only.

  4. DAD says:

    Adventure awaits indeed!

  5. Get some rest! 😉 LOL We’ll be waiting excitedly for more of your wonderful stories, until then take care.

  6. Karen Soutar says:

    Eek, 10 hour night shifts, poor Jennifer! Please wish her well, especially with the move. Se you soon, Jennifer! 😉 xx

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