Return to March 6, 2012 (log)

I was asleep or nearly asleep.

I felt disoriented and odd. I looked out the window and it was as if I were flying upwards. Then everything started shaking. My mind said "Earthquake." My mind said, "Magnitude 3 or a little below." It shook and I stayed still, hoping it would not be a big one.

I woke up. Boa cat was perched on my hip. Not purring. I checked the clock. 2:12 am.

I don't know if it was an [earthquake] or not.

Or something else.

I woke at [midnight], too. To find an inch of snow outside. It is 34 degrees out and it is still snowing, yet it's melting on the ground too and there is a trickling water sound. I tried taking pictures in the dark of the snow covered bushes with the flash.

[Something is waking me up tonight.] And the last time I woke up like this, I was 17. I was in Denmark. I woke terrified and wanting to call home. I lay in bed petrified for 30 minutes, and then suddenly it eased. It was when my father, back in Virginia, was mugged.

When I woke at midnight tonight, one cat was on my feet, the other on my upper thighs and pelvis. Purring. I thought, they are grounding me, sitting on my first and second [chakra|chakras]. I thanked them for grounding me.

I feel like [the Princess and the Pea]. First snow wakes me? How can snow wake me? And then an earthquake? We shall see....

[http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=japans-post-fukushima-earthquake-health-woes-beyond-radiation&offset=2|I'm not alone in insomnia.]

and from [http://www.snopes.com/inboxer/household/triangle.asp|ChristineWinter....]

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