Monday, October 27, 2008

"Shut-Up!"

A few nights ago, as I was trying desperately to sleep because I had an early morning...

I must have laid in bed for 2 hours. I went to bed before B, which is very unusual. But he didn't have to work in the morning, and I had to be up for an interview. At 5:30AM. I do not get up at 5:30AM. I like to sleep in. In fact, I like to wake up later and then lay in bed for about 10-20 minutes and look out the bedroom windows at the views... but I digress.

Anyway, I was unable to fall asleep. I think part of my problem was that I am not used to trying to fall asleep when B isn't in the same bed as me. Normally, he is there and I can snuggle up close...

I hear B come up and he gets ready for bed and I think, Finally, I should be able to fall asleep! And, I do start to fall asleep. But then, I hear snoring. And not just any snoring. LOUD snoring. And, me being tired and cognizant of the fact I have to be up in like 6 hours for an INTERVIEW, I was not the nicest person in the world. "SHUT-UP!" I said. "What?" was B's response. "You're snoring! I need to sleep!" was my response. I don't remember much else (I tend to be very foggy with anything that happens if I've been awoken as of late).

The next day, I ask B if I yelled at him for snoring, and he says yes. And then he proceeds to tell me that he wasn't snoring. He had been lying in bed thinking and out of nowhere, I told him to shut-up, and that he was snoring.

Now this was news to me. I was POSITIVE he had been snoring. I can remember hearing it. Or, I guess, maybe I can remember hearing it, but that it might have been in my dream.

This has been happening to me a lot lately. If it isn't conversations, it is having dreams and thinking they are real. I'm not sure why. I guess it can lead to some amusement though!

2 comments:

Imperfect said...

That's too funny. Did you by chance read my post about Hubby's and my run in with a dream spider? It's under the label ridiculous stories...pretty similar to your snoring escapade!

Blue said...

two words for you that will change your sleep life forever (for the better): ear plugs.

worked for me. Just wish i hadn't had 16 years of fatigue and feeling exhausted before I discovered the benefits of sleeping with them.

♥ from one wife of a snorer to another!

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