I have to chuckle to myself at those kind / well meaning fellow human beings who do not believe in ‘jet lag’.

This afternoon, as I nearly fell out of my chair from fatigue, here at Greg and Tsering’s place, I wondered aloud to myself : “What time is it in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and Seoul, South Korea?”

Thanks to Mister Samsung A10, I realized it was 4 o’clock in the early morning in Seoul and 3 o’clock in the early morning in Ulaanbaaar. At these times-of-day I’ve been told our internal bio-rhythms are at their lowest ebb. 

So I went back into the bedroom and instantly fell dead-asleep. 

This recovery from jet lag takes time and needs to be taken as a legitimate health issue.

Before laying down, Greg and I walked a loop around his parking lot in a light / misty / cooling Seattle rain. 


What else to do?


I just dropped the above Post on top of a December 11th post about visiting the Emergency Room here in Seattle yesterday. To see it just scroll down.


2 thoughts on “DEC 12, 19 .. SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE ..

  1. Patricia Boone

    Some people have a more challenging time with jet lag than others. It has always been a challenge for you. I am glad you are just listening to your body and when you are tired .. sleep. That’s what you need in general, and especially now with the congestion you are battling. Take care My Dear One, and .. get on that plane Saturday to carry you to me! Smiles and love, Patti

    1. Cap Chastain Post author

      Thanks so much for your support My Dear One. It is my legs and both of my knees that are the issue. This is a completely new development. Jet lag is an energy issue and that I sure have but I can barely walk around. I plan to be on he plane tomorrow Saturday the 14th. Much Love .. Cap

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