Wednesday, September 23, 2009


What's with that? Now, mind you, I know I am lucky. The Husband only tends to snore when he is extremely tired. It's not an every night occurrence, but still... how often do you hear of women snoring and keeping their husbands awake?

I came up to bed last night and the sound was so loud I half expected Teddy Roosevelt to burst through the door with an Elephant gun.

When I mentioned this to the Husband this evening he asked: "well, did you kick me?" (He knows I have a history of shaking him awake to stop the snore-fest).

Happily, I hadn't needed to resort to any sort of drastic action. He happened to roll over and knock himself out of snore mode by himself... at least long enough for me to fall asleep...


  1. Why doesn't someone do a world-wide study on how many hours of sleep women miss pushing, asking or shoving hubby so he'll stop with the snoring. Why? It would shake us to our core! lol.

  2. I can't tell you how many nights I end up in another bedroom because LBeau is snoring so loudly that I can't fall asleep. I used to be able to just ask him to roll over, and it would stop. Now it either doesn't stop the snoring or he gets extremely annoyed at me for waking him up to roll him over.

  3. The truth is funny, best blog ever!