Friday, October 1, 2010

Sleep talker in our midst.

I was going to make laundry detergent today, really! It didn't work out that way though. Yesterday my wife got sick quite suddenly and we spent last evening in the ER. I ended up staying up much later than I was supposed to and passed out for a very long night's sleep. When I woke up today, sometime late after 11am my wife had just woken up herself. She didn't go to sleep until 7am though so I'm not sure how she was able to do stuff all day and go teach dance lessons tonight without even taking a nap. Anyway, this post is on a bit of a tangent right now!

Baby steps back to where I was though. Have I mentioned I talk in my sleep? I don't do it every night, but I do it fairly frequently. Last night my wife actually wrote down the stuff I said, maybe you guys can help me decipher my mind? First,
"Don't fail windows 32 Australia"
Quickly followed by,
"Delete that or it will destroy your computer"
I'm beginning to think the forums and meme's I witness are infiltrating my subconcious. I'm not sure where the Australia part came from, maybe it's because I watched an Australian movie last night.

Next up,
I'm sorry... I can't think of the name of it now."
This was completely out of the blue and apparently a few hours after the first comment.

Lastly, the dog was laying on the sheet over me and I was trying to writhe around and move it or something so I told him in a very polite voice
"Buster, wake up."
At which point I shoved him off of me and rolled him with the sheet,
"Thank you."
Then went back to sleep.


It never ceases to amaze me the things I do and say in my sleep. Hopefully you find them entertaining because I haven't got much left for today! The rest of the day was spent cleaning the house and tending to my sickly wife until our friend came over and we watched the Stargate movie - awesome as usual! You should really check it out and actually, I'm gonna leave this right here. Thanks for dropping by guys, hope I'll have that laundry detergent for you tomorrow!

-- The only constant is change --


  1. Do you ever dream? it is interesting that most sleep talkers cant remember their dreams, but they must be dreaming to talk in their sleep, right?

  2. I do dream and usually I can remember a few bits of them, but I've had some extremely vivid and memorable dreams in the past, even one lucid dream. Lucid dreaming is something of a fascination of mine so expect posts about that in the future!