I'm a night owl. As I write this, it's nearing midnight and I don't feel tired in the least. I did earlier this evening - why don't I feel it now? I usually stay up until midnight or even 1:00. And then I get up at 7:15 when Jake is getting ready for school. Don has already left by then.
Speaking of Don, we are both wondering if he has sleep apnea. I noticed on the above mentioned site that they have a section on sleep apnea. I guess I need to go read it. He doesn't sleep well and he knows he wakes himself up quite a bit. He snores [loudly] and I think that wakes him up most of the time, but there's been a few times when it seems like he has stopped breathing for a few seconds. He'll be going to the doctor soon.
Once I'm in bed, I sleep pretty well. But I am a light sleeper, so if any noise is made, I'm awake. Most of the time I fall right back asleep. And I'm a dreamer. I'm sure I dream every night and some of them are pretty intense. But I hardly remember much about them once I wake up.
I found this little quiz (which I don't normally take, but hey... what the heck) and here's what it says about my sleeping position, which is on my stomach.
|What Your Sleeping Position Says|
You have a passion for everything - including sleeping.
Outgoing and brash, you tend to still shock those who know you well.
You tend to be selfish. You are the most likely type to take over the whole bed.
You gravitate toward comfort and don't like extreme situations.
If you don't get enough sleep, you are: In a very bad mood
It's hard to sleep next to you because: You hog the covers.
I'm not sure I agree with most of this. If I'm needing sleep, I can be cranky - but not in a "very bad mood." And I DON'T hog the covers :]
I'll leave you with this joke...
What do you call a sleepwalking nun?
A roamin' Catholic.
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