I can't fall asleep because I moving to a new room

United States
October 18, 2010 8:54pm CST
My parents recently paid people to renovate the house, and adding a bathroom, and change the carpet to tile at downstairs. The room definitely become roomy, and I would have more room of myself no doubt. Maybe I get used to sleep upstairs in the a small room. When I moved to a new room the first night, which is last night, I toss and turn for while, I just still can't fall asleep. Maybe I haven't get used to it yet. Feel weird.
2 responses
@gloryacam (5546)
• Philippines
19 Oct 10
You just haven't got the feel of it yet. It will get better in time. There are people who are really sensitive to new environment. Sometimes, I feel that, too. Or, maybe, you are unconsciously excited over the new room that is why your adrenaline is up. I hope you have a better sleep tonight!
• United States
19 Oct 10
Probably that is the case. Because it is a new room, although I am living within this house, but I get used to the small room in upstairs, all of the sudden, that is a new place, I just thought a little bit of weird, that is all.
• United States
19 Oct 10
You will get there in time. I moved to my new place about two weeks ago. From the first night I felt at home here.