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Miscellaneous comments and questions when I can't sleep

Thursday, November 29, 2012

1. Why does he snore only when he's facing me?
2. Skinny sister noticed the weight loss. She's going to make her famous brownies with nuts just for me.
3. Weeding out the old scrubs. Four sets to goodwill. Bye, I'll miss you. Um, no.
4. The snoring really has to stop.
5. There must be a pound "cloud". I've lost weight even though I've indulged in thanksgiving leftovers all week and I'm afraid the pounds have been uploaded to a cloud for storage. I don't want to be anywhere near that thing when it bursts!
6. Everybody still comments on my hair being longer, not the weight loss. "Makes you look ten years younger". Whatever.
7. A pillow over the face is only good for 20 seconds of silence.
8. I'll never need to know how many calories are in chopped liver.
9. I'm not going to spend money this year on things people don't want anyway.
10. I'm sure if Lucy and Ricky had continued their show into their 60's, they would have separate separate rooms!

emoticon Is this a picture of throwing husband out a window? I didn't know they had an emoticon for that!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
2BDYNAMIC 12/15/2012 6:35PM

    Don't spread it around but I got so sleep deprived that I was turning into a loon ............. the persistent snoring raised the shingles on the roof, not to mention my blood pressure!! We now LOVE from a distance, emoticon very much! ............ emoticon .......... ('sides, he accused ME of hogging the covers, so I guess it makes us even!! ........... emoticon

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    OMGosh, you must be my lost twin sister, separated at birth! Seriously funny stuff and isn't it true that our minds jump just like that. Love #8.

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ILIKETOZUMBA 12/1/2012 11:38PM

    LOL I'm sorry about the snoring husband! Mine will do it sometimes too, but not tooooo often. When he does, however, there's just no stopping him, short of working him up! I know *I* definitely never snore like that. :)

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SATCHMO99 11/30/2012 3:12AM

    I love your random insomnia-induced thoughts. Mine are usually more about the things I haven't done, and are much less prosaic. Cold feet (mine) on snorers leg works for me! Oh, and it even stops him snoring for a while, hehe.

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MSGRANNYMAE 11/29/2012 10:01PM

    I believe you live at my house, emoticon

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BLITZEN40 11/29/2012 9:32PM

    Ha! 1. Roll him over. 2. Or plug his nose. 3. The nasal spray really works. It reduced my husband's snoring by about 80%. 4. Gorgeous hair, great figure... enjoy EVERY compliment! You deserve them all. 5. WTG on your weight loss, and awesome job getting that cloud to store it for you even when you go over your calories. That's a good trick. I am impressed! emoticon

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JESSIG5 11/29/2012 2:38PM


By the way, Lucy and Ricky did have separate beds, just not in separate rooms. That's how far things have changed because back then, even married couples on TV couldn't share a bed.

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MRLDCTYGRL 11/29/2012 12:27PM

    I got a spray for my husband's snoring... he bitches about it when I use it on him though. Seems to think there should be something special about it and the water gun we use when the cats get on the counter just isn't the same... LOL Thanks for the laugh this morning it's a rough one at our house, apparently VERY few of us got ANY sleep last night for some crazy reason! (And i think that emoticon is throwing the SCALE out the window, but hey, you can interpret that to mean husband if you want!

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SLOPOKE_SAL 11/29/2012 11:45AM

    The people who make the nasal strips used to have a spray for snoring that actually worked! Can't find it anywhere anymore.Figures, it works so they take it off the market. The strips work too, but my DH (the D stands for Dumb=a$$ in this case) won't wear them.
Another night's sleep

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DIET_FRIEND 11/29/2012 11:20AM

    I was thinking about those nasal strips someone else mentioned. I hope the cloud moves to another continent before it bursts! Congratulations on the weight loss!

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CATBEFIT 11/29/2012 10:00AM

    Thanks -- you gave me several laughs today!!

#7 -- depends on who's face the pillow is over, and how long you hold it there!

Have a good day -- and better sleep tonight.

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PLANTAGO 11/29/2012 9:10AM

    emoticon I poke my DH and say -stop snoring. He stops for 34-127 seconds! But sometimes he has to do the same to me LOL
Have a good sleep tonight!!!

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ANDY_54 11/29/2012 8:10AM

    LOL! Oh, I'm so well-acquainted with #1,4 and 7. I feel your pain! As for #2, isn't that ironic? emoticon Have a great day--you gave me a smile today!

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GARDENCHRIS 11/29/2012 7:05AM

    they sell nasal strips that are supposed to help.... I do like that emotion!

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