Sun-glass X-change Program

As an insomniac that prowls the night scenes for anything that keeps me from loosing my mind. I am constantly meeting the secret underworld of the “FGW”. Like many FGW insomniacs we thrive on a mix of different people that keep us sane while we are awake. I tend to hang out in the insomniac lounge with many of the FGW’s from the Cincinnati Area.

While we create endless ideas and ideologies we tend to be somewhat of a unique underworld. Exploring chemical imbalances that keep our minds young and full. 

As I was tripping out of mind from lack of sleep and the desire to cover my eyes, my face already covered by someones shades, I realized the Sun-glass X-change Program was definitely going to happen. So on that holiday weekend among my group of “FGW” insomniacs it was created. Its actually quite interesting if you choose to take this challenge, If we succeed we could reach all the underground groups that wear sunglasses at night. Form new friendships and meet others that thrive at night.

So the challenge is as follows:

1. Wear a pair of sunglasses you are willing to exchange.

2. Find a worthy FGW or insomniac to X-change your shades for theirs. Explain our mission and have them join the exchange program.


3. Take a photo and tag location on the FB page or blog with your new shades and new FGW insomniac.

This should start a domino effect and before you know it the Sun-Glass X-change Program will reach different places in the world. 

Insomnia Definition.

What Is Insomnia?

  1. habitual sleeplessness; inability to sleep.
    synonyms: sleeplessness, wakefulness, restlessness, inability to sleep

    “I’ve tried every wild remedy for insomnia, including cinnamon baths and standing on my head”

Insomnia is a type of sleep disorder that can exhibit itself in any number of ways including varying levels of sleeplessness. A person might experience insomnia as disturbed sleep, restless sleep, difficulty in falling asleep, complete wakefulness for an extended time, or a reduction in the number of hours of sleep. For some people, insomnia occurs on an intermittent basis while for others it occurs consistently