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Trying to remember how to fall asleep

Every night of late I lie awake trying to remember how to fall asleep. I go through periods where I fall asleep easily and periods where I don't.

When I was a senior in high school, one of my friends was a Japanese foreign exchange student named Tetsuya Toyoda. He was in orchestra. I can't remember if Tetsuya was a cellist, but he invited me to go to a performance by a cellist (with piano accompaniment). So we went to some auditorium and listened to the cellist play. Well, Tetsuya listened. I listened for a while and had a very hard time staying awake. Eventually I just gave up and went to sleep.

Maybe I can hire a cellist to play me to sleep each night. Or maybe Delia would like cello lessons.

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