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tranceking26

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Heh, so get an audiobook in the category of your least-loved literature or history genre and crank that up for awhile, you'll be out like a light in 15 minutes. Don't pick something you think you'll love or you'll still be listening at dawn with eyes wide open.

That's a good idea. I use rain videos on YouTube most nights, but if I can get one to work on my TV it's worth a try. :)
 

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Ugh, insomnia if you have to get up in the morning and be somewhere is a serious drag.

Heh, so get an audiobook in the category of your least-loved literature or history genre and crank that up for awhile, you'll be out like a light in 15 minutes. Don't pick something you think you'll love or you'll still be listening at dawn with eyes wide open.
In my late mother’s experience the genre was not so important; The key was the audiobook narrator. In her particular case, she found an author narrating his own books. Insta-sleep! Success!
 

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Hah, no kidding. Why do the publishers let them DO that...
No idea. They kept letting the dude do that, to my mother’s delight. She probably got a copy of each.

Maybe it was in the guy’s contract, maybe the publisher just didn’t care why people bought the audiobooks as long as they did. :mrgreen:
 

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"Infusing" yogurt ...


"I pretty much infuse Greek yogurt all day long with every meal. "

:ROFLMAO:
 

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Summer rain is on my mind tonight, not the trance tune, but it started raining out of nowhere, apparently thunder is on the way.

I was startled early today waking up to fog so thick I couldn't see even a hint of my own barn 70 feet away from the back door. Everything past about 15 feet was enveloped in a thick swirl of cloud. I must have missed an updated forecast or something late yesterday afternoon! What a strange start to the morning. At first I lay in bed wondering why I was awake "in the dark" and then, glancing at my XR, couldn't figure out how my phone's clock could have gone off the mark. Heh, it was nearly 5:30am already and absolutely nothing was wrong with that phone.

I can remmeber fog that thick sometimes coming out of the creeks and streams on my commutes upstate very late at night in midsummer. Unholy aggravation as it could take an hour to do the last ten miles to home in the wee hours, always wondering if fog lamps would lend me a view of a cow on the road before I hit the thing, in the event some farmer's dairy critter had decided to take a stroll off the homestead. Even at a slow rate of speed a full grown cow can get the best of a VW beetle. "Good times"...
 

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I was startled early today waking up to fog so thick I couldn't see even a hint of my own barn 70 feet away from the back door. Everything past about 15 feet was enveloped in a thick swirl of cloud. I must have missed an updated forecast or something late yesterday afternoon! What a strange start to the morning.

I can remmeber fog that thick sometimes coming out of the creeks and streams on my commutes upstate very late at night in midsummer.
Wow that sounds both cool and a bit alarming! I've seen foggy mornings here but nothing like that. Did it clear up later in the day?
 
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