I woke very early this morning because I had a doctor’s appointment and a series of bad dreams, lol. I have to tell you I dread going to the doctor’s, first of all, I’m there for hours and then when they do call me after all preliminaries; I’m in there waiting in a cold room for another 2 hours before the doctor comes in. I’m bored out of my wits and I’m falling asleep and the walls are thin enough that I can hear him laughing and chatting away with his patient. I guess I just don’t understand that if your appointment is at 10:30 a.m. why do I get out at 3:00 and to top it off my visit w/him was 25 minutes. Sometimes I stay even later depending on the blood test he may want to check. I have a pet peeve about this though, if I am over 15 minutes late they will cancel my appointment, been there done that. This is the part where I need patience, I even use my phone to play a game or scroll through the internet because I bored and restless. After the battery on my phone dies they only have 2 boring magazines in the exam room, this is funny but yet crazy. Does anybody else go through this or is it just my doctor? What’s your take on this?
I had so much to do today with cleaning and washing clothes and it seemed like my day was never gonna end. I was so exhausted but still had problems going to sleep. I took over the counter p.m pills and nothing worked. It must have been about 3 a.m before I finally dozed off. I had the most bizarre dreams & I wanted to wake up from them but couldn’t. I can’t explain it but they were like 5 different dreams rolled up in one and I felt like I was in an episode of the twilight zone…IN my dream. I didn’t understand if it was a message to me or was it just because I was filled with stress earlier that day and my thoughts finally started to dwindle? I didn’t like this dream and I wondered if this dream pertained as a message of the repercussion of my sins. Did this mean my past sins or my present sins? I was happy to be awake but I woke up with a tumultuous feeling, needless to say I began to pray.