...Now, mind you, once I get back into my room, I have my radio playing for as long as I'm awake, meaning I don't get silence. I get a playlist which is frequently better than the day-playlist that the DJs given for some reason. So that's a different type of nice that I get plenty of.
Anyway, my blasted sleep-deprivation is coming back to haunt me, so I might end up getting minimal sleep and then forcing on myself a few tricks to make me tired. (Like drinking milk.) There's tricks to wake me up, but I've also learned some to put me to sleep. So basically, I'm beginning to think that's what I'm going to do.
Mainly because...well, right now, to be honest? I'm experiencing a type of boredom. That feeling of it being so quiet is sort-of still here even as I type this with the radio blazing. (Kinda hard for it to not be with Panic Switch by Silversun Pickups playing.) In that...well, there's plenty to do. I'm in the middle of writing a chapter for my novel. There's stuff I could do online. I could get some preliminary on-hand items packed, like they'll need to be. (In particular, I need to make sure StarCraft and Majesty both get packed, as to make sure they don't get forgotten.)
There's tasks I could be doing...but it all feels so...empty. I know that if I fall asleep, I'll fall behind...but I sort-of feel like doing that anyway just because of the boredom, and the feeling that it's not like I'm doing anything productive right now anyway. I do have one thing to mention, and that's that in Heroes of the Realm, their holiday event started, much to my horror. I've gotten some good farming out of it already, logging in every few hours, but I'm at the point where I know I could get more yet feel content waiting. In spite of knowing that I'll be missing some serious Christmas goodies if I can't manage to get a connection on break.
I know that I'll check in everywhere at least one more time before leaving...but I really do just feel like just sleeping and hoping the sleep isn't too restful. (It might not be, since I felt a change in temperature race in; it felt like the room chilled a couple of degrees.)