Crashed this weekend. Crashed hard. Too many long days, too long on the road, too much exhaustion took their toll. Body and mind had to recover. Went to the Citizens Telephone annual meeting Saturday, came home, and slept. And slept. And slept some more. Same for today. Those who know a thing or two about human phsyiology say you can't make up sleep. Maybe not. But my body didn't study phsyiology in school and it feels a lot better this morning. You reach saturation points in both body and mind: physical and mental, exhaustion and stress. You have to take time to recharge.

Crashed this weekend. Crashed hard. Too many long days, too long on the road, too much exhaustion took their toll. Body and mind had to recover.

Went to the Citizens Telephone annual meeting Saturday, came home, and slept. And slept. And slept some more. Same for today. Those who know a thing or two about human phsyiology say you can’t make up sleep. Maybe not. But my body didn’t study phsyiology in school and it feels a lot better this morning.

You reach saturation points in both body and mind: physical and mental, exhaustion and stress. You have to take time to recharge.

So I’m rested and ready for a new week. Bring it on.

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