Nickie Coby (puppybraille) wrote,
Nickie Coby

Need sleep.

I can't seem to get much done. I'm dealing with pain in my sleep and not getting much. I didn't start getting into actual good sleep until 1 AM last night. Woke up at 6:45. Yes, thsi is better than before I got on the Amitriptyline, but I don't know how they expect me to focus. I remember waking up to the feeling of my foot being on fire last night, but don't know when that wwas for sure. My foot was not on fire in reality.
I can't seem to put sentences together. I can't seem to use correct Braille contractions either. This is not good... Not good at all. I'll need to take the Lidoderm patch off at 11 this morning. I want to sleep but have stuff to do. On top of all of this, I have a math test. Wait, I'm taking French. Do you see what I mean about being too tired? Yeah, and someone said they didn't have aim and I said "you don't have an instant messenger?" Wasn't joking either. I seriously forgot that aim is a word.
I'm trying to figure out whether to say something to disability services about a problem I'm having. Cars are parking or stopping for very long periods of time in the crosswalks. It's not like they're sort of in the cross walks. It's like they parked right in front of the wheelchair cuts. If anyone was in a wheelchair, they'd be S.O.L. because they wouldn't be able to successfully get in to the street. I don't exactly want Julio learning to go outside the crosswalk to avoid the cars either. But I also don't want to start getting accused of being the bitch who's alwas complaining about disability issues. On the other hand, if I don't say something, who will?
Also, does anyone with a dog from any school have suggestions on how to handle this with Julio? I can call GDB too I guess, but I just thought I'd ask.

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