So its 6 o'clock in the morning, or as I like to refer to it as Stupid o'clock. Why am I awake you might ask? Well, I have been asking myself the same question since 3:21am. Wen't to bed, nice and early at Midnight, and for some reason I just can't stay sleeping.
Tonight again it was the urge to pee, which I am thankful for, because of the nightmare I was having, lets just say it involved ghosts... I am usually up 2-4 times a night to pee, is that normal? Does anyone else share my frequency, and urgency (anyone besides a pregnate woman - any thoughts on this Ayre)?? I am wondering if I should start having a cup of sleepy time tea before bed, if that would keep me awake, or limit my fluids after 8. I always look on the bright side tho, at least my nightmare didn't involve me thinking I was already sitting on a toilet, instead of laying in my warm bed. I've pee'd the bed a few times in my 26 years, I won't comment on the recentness, however I remember being so drunk once that I literally weighed the pro's and con's of peeing in the bed. Hmmmmm, should I get up too pee, or just pee in the bed? Well... It will be warm for a minuet.... It's a big bed, I can just roll over.... I know, I can blame it on that guy!
The cat is playing with one of my metal crochet hooks on my wood floor. Its starting to get the better of me, i've got the tv on tho, so I guess the score is pretty even. I wonder what he thinks of my noise. I've had him for almost 2 years now, rescued from the shelter - they said he was a stray roaming the shores of Lake Erie in Dunville. As soon as I heard he was from Dunville I had my doubts, with all the inbreeding and such I wondering if he'd be walking into walls, and eating my socks, but hes turned out to be pretty smart. He comes when he's called, and sits in the window meowing at the kids below. He's so greatful for being out of the elements and not have to hunt and beg for his dinners any longer. I'm greatful for him too, he is good company in an otherwise empty home, and as an added bonus I never have to drink alone. He usually sleeps in bed with me, but sometimes I wake up to find him on the couch, maybe my snoring drove him to it. Sadly he's the closest thing to a boyfriend I have.
Well, I am going to give this "sleeping" thing another shot... Until next time.