Going east to west is nearly always easier than going west to east.
We're talking what affects jet-lag, here. I'm not sure whether it's age or something else, but I seem to have more trouble adjusting than I used to when I go from west to east: We started out okay, but then we accidentally took a nap from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. yesterday, and couldn't fall asleep for the night until hours after the sun had risen. And now I'm all queasy and caffienated and head-achey. And I'm not ready for vacation to be over. I still feel stuck somewhere midway between cultures, time zones and intelligence quotients.
It's gonna be a helluva night. I'll be lucky if I get three hours of sleep.
The Swedish word for the day is sömnlös. It means sleepless.
- by Francis S.