Tuesday, October 07, 2008

How come *it* gets to sleep in?

It's kinda funny actually, when you reach for your alarm clock first thing in the morning, and it takes you a good half a minute to realize the reason you can't shut it off is because your hand is asleep.

7 comments:

LeeAnn said...

Sometimes I managed to sleep on my foot funny, and when I get out of bed (can you believe I was going to say "leap out of bed" as if you fell off a turnip truck yesterday and would believe it?) I fall backwards back into it... but since I just woke up, it feels all slow-motiony.
Some mornings I actually look forward to this. I am easily amused.

Roses said...

LeeAnn: One night, my knees were in such a way that one fell asleep. My leg was fine, just the knee was out. And when I got up in the morning, I simply crumpled to the floor. It was the strangest thing. I must've looked drunk.

Would have been really cool in slow motion. You're so lucky.

tammi said...

I feel like a voyer...I could just sit here and read y'all going back and forth and back and forth....

I have no comment on this post, basically because I have to much respect for your blog to put my smutty thoughts on it. ;-)

Mrs. Who said...

But what if we like smut?

Bob said...

Let's be careful. Hitting #1 on Google for "smut" may not be such a good thing.

Bou said...

I'm laughing because I have never had a leg or any part of lower anatomy fall asleep when I was sleeping. I am the queen of hands and arms sleeping though... sometimes all the way to my shoulder. I wonder sometimes if my entire left side fell asleep if my heart would stop.

And how many times have I accidentally it myself in the face... only to realize it was my own hand? Oh... once a week?!

Roses said...

Bou: *You* really need to have your hand fall asleep while you're sleeping. You haven't lived until your roll over and feel that dead limb slide across your face.