Anxious Sleep

29 Aug

I can tell when I have anxious sleep.  I chew on the inside of my cheek.  I started chewing on this one spot a couple years ago and now I have this bump that won’t go away.

(I tried to take a picture, but after seeing them, realized that no body wants to see a picture of the inside of my mouth).

Sometimes it goes down when I am good about not chewing. 

I can tell when I don’t sleep well because I wake up in the morning and that one spot  is huge.  Then its like when you bite your lip, then keep biting on accident and it hurts even more!

Andrew is in Mexico with the Pasos team so I slept the last 2 nights in bed by myself.  My bump has gotten bigger the last few days.

Guess I haven’t been sleeping so well.

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3 Responses to “Anxious Sleep”

  1. beccity98 August 30, 2009 at 6:13 p08 #

    Aww!! When my hubs isn’t home (which hasn’t been since we moved back from L.A.) I stay up really late, then sleep w/ the tv on and the bed light on, on his side of the bed. And I sleep lightly, waking at every noise, certain that someone’s in the house. Usually it’s a cat playing around.

  2. Tricia Boganwright (Mom) August 30, 2009 at 6:13 p08 #

    I used my “Vince’s” toothpowder on my spots in my mouth like that. Does Andrew still have some of that? If not, let me know.

  3. amfunches August 31, 2009 at 6:13 p08 #

    Praying for your sleep/nights to get better!

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