I'm that kind of tired that you don't sleep well. I keep on waking up in the middle of the night and curse my forlorn state. I wish I could take advantage of this in some way. Every way I can think of, though, will exacerbate the problem.
This weekend, though, I should be able to sleep in. I need this. While a day or two of lack of sleep doesn't hurt people, this prolonged situation racks up a sleep deficit. I don't have much in the bank on any given day, so I'm getting even farther behind in making my minimum payment.
But, I felt one of those internal switches being thrown this morning. So I requested The New Dark edited by Ellen Datlow and Atrocity Archives by Charlie Stross from the library. I had been waiting to read these until I got some other of the guilt pile gone. That isn't going to happen. I need to read more, soon. They'll need to have them sent from another branch library that I don't normally visit. I'm really glad I got my Geuaga County Library Card when I did (I wouldn't qualify now, but once your in, your in). They have an excellent collection of SF/F/H. You all do know that most libraries can get inter-library loans, right?
Right now I'm mostly reading Neil Gaimen's Fragile Things. Normally when I read Gaimen my mind fills with ideas for stories. I think I've discussed this before that some authors have this effect on me. I'm so tired, I'm not getting the benefit of this effect.
But this morning I picked up my car from the body shop and it all looks good. They thoroughly cleaned her out as well. Woohoo! So once less thing to worry about.