It's Exhausting.

I love this concept of being hospitalized for exhaustion. Because I like to know that when you’re just so tired that your brain is tired, your cells are tired, your hair is tired—so tired that, you’re exhausted even—you can check yourself in somewhere and rest.

Maybe like when you’re the mother or father of three-month-old twins. Or when you’ve just been to war. Or have worked 21 days straight at ground zero. Or are suffering from postpartum transition or depression. Or work three jobs to support a single-parent family. Or maybe even when you have three kids going in 47 different directions, all the while asking why they can’t do more, know more, go more.

Or. Really, and most likely, when you’ve worked your body to the limit every day of your life for only the crumbs of benefit.

But sadly, these are not the individuals who usually get to experience the perks of a hospital (or any kind of) rest.

So, don’t you wish you were the boss of deciding who gets to be hospitalized for exhaustion?

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0 Responses to It's Exhausting.

  1. lildb says:

    yes. yes, I do.

  2. Jenny says:

    I've actually half-wished that I could get just sick enough to have to go to the hospital for some forced down-time.How entirely pathetic is that?Don't answer that.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Don't be a Lohan hatah. She works hard for the money … acting, tanning, barfing, surgery, acting. Barfing. I think she probably really did get hot out there on the beach with all those boys on top of her.Think about it, though, if someone with that much money really wanted to relax, she wouldn't check into the hospital.

  4. Girl con Queso says:

    She would if she were trying to get out of working; or more accurately, justify why she was not up to working. But let's call a hangover a hangover.

  5. Betsy says:

    If someone is exhausted from being a coked-up slag, they're still exhausted. I mean Herbie WAS "Fully Loaded", after all.

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