I’ve never had an issue sleeping. In fact, if I could find a country that required daily naps, I’d move there immediately. I LOVE sleeping.
Last night, I could not sleep, for some odd reason. So here, just for you, is a review of the observations I made last night. Due to my somewhat tired mind, it’s not really a story, or a conversation, or even easy to follow. Whatever. Really, it’s a life lesson for all. Enjoy.
- When your husband has a bad back, he sleeps flat on it.
- That leads to really, really loud snoring.
- If you are unlucky enough to be the second one to bed, you will find it difficult to sleep.
- Covering your head with a pillow merely muffles the noise. It does not mask it.
- Google suggests that putting the pillow over your spouses face will also not help. And most likely, your roommate in prison will also snore loudly.
- Moving to your almost four year olds bed has advantages, like a snuggle buddy.
- But you can still hear your husband snoring, through the wall.
- And, guess what? Your almost four year old also snores.
- She’s cute thought, so staying is definitely worth it.
- Although it makes one wonder, what they heck am I laying on top of?
- OH. It’s a rubber duck.
- And three containers of Silly Putty.
- Wait… what am I kicking?
- Oh… A pink princess guitar.
- Ah, OK, back to sleep.
- What is that noise? An alarm clock??
- Yes, it’s an unplugged alarm clock. In the closet. With a battery back up.
- OK, I shut it off.
- Seriously it’s going off again. Ugh.
- Wow, I’m really impressed with myself! I didn’t throw that out the window!
- Yes, Sam, we can get you some milk.
- And yes, Sam, we can go potty.
- Sam, stop crying. It’s OK. Mommy didn’t kill your ducky. He likes sleeping under me.
- Let’s go sleep in Mommy’s room.
- Yes, you can bring your duck.
- No, you cannot bring the guitar.
- Yes, Daddy snores really loud.
- Is that the alarm?
I’m really tired today.
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