June 16, 2004

Things That Go 'Duh' In The Night

I'm halfway into my second cup of coffee and am just now waking up. And by 'cup' I mean 24 ounce bucket. I've just learned from my wife that I have a reason for being tired (although she has a better one). Apparently we were having a nice discussion around 2 AM that I can't, for the life of me, recall.

Me: Could you not sleep last night or something?
Her: Nope.
Me: I noticed your book was in the office this morning and figured that's what happened. Why?
Her: Just wide awake. You talked to me for a while.
Me: Really? Was I witty and amusing?
Her: Of course.
Me: Was this before I fell asleep or had I already been asleep for a while?
Her: It was about 2 AM.
Me: Damn! I so don't rememeber that. What did we talk about?
Her: Me being awake.
Me: So we didn't solve any of the great issues of our time?
Her: Not that I recall.
Me: Good. I'd hate to have forgotten that.

Posted by Chris at June 16, 2004 09:05 AM
Comments

That is too funny. My brother talks in his sleep and doesn't remember it either.

Posted by: Oliquig at June 16, 2004 09:17 AM

Those are always fun conversations, aren't they? :)

Posted by: Kristi at June 16, 2004 09:19 AM

Heh. Apparently I am always having conversations, with either the mister or myself, in the wee hours of the morning.

Posted by: Fraulein N at June 16, 2004 09:46 AM

There's more to this, isn't there?

Posted by: Busy Mom at June 16, 2004 09:47 AM

I'm terrible for doing that.. only i'm asleep when having the conversation.. heh

Posted by: Cheeky Girl at June 16, 2004 09:48 AM

I do that often (hold conversations in my sleep), but I always feel rested in the morning.

Posted by: Kimmie at June 16, 2004 09:54 AM

I do this with my hubby in the morning too. I hate it cause sometimes he won't tell me what I said to him. He'll just giggle and walk away.

Posted by: Another Pam at June 16, 2004 10:29 AM

Yep. I do that. A lot actually. How does that happen?

Posted by: myllissa at June 16, 2004 11:14 AM

I have a tendency to kick E relentlessly while I sleep, so sometimes I wake up and he's on the couch, with a book! I suppose I can't really feel guilty if I don't remember it, right??

(*She says in her new glasses*)

Posted by: GranolaSpice at June 16, 2004 11:40 AM

*chuckle* You guys are such hoots. I could see that happening to us!

Posted by: Rachel in Alaska at June 16, 2004 12:40 PM

LMAO :))

"... she has a better one" it makes me wonder.. ...does yesterday's post have something to do with that?

Posted by: Sweety at June 16, 2004 01:17 PM

i can always count on you for a good laugh :) although, the other night dave said that he was talking to me when he came to bed around 2 or 3 and i don't remember that, either. hmm.

and i love when you post your little snippets of conversations on here...they're always so amusing.

Posted by: tiffanie at June 16, 2004 01:43 PM

Jason told me I woke up around 3 am last night to yell at the cat for making a racket. Except that the cat was sound asleep at the edge of the bed and very confused as to why he was getting yelled at.

Posted by: Amalah at June 16, 2004 03:01 PM

I have had my boyfriend CALL me after I fall asleep - I'll pick up the phone and have an entire conversation with him, and not remember any of it the next day.

I'm good like that.

Posted by: Dawnie at June 16, 2004 03:25 PM

As a kid and well into my 20's I recall (or not!) friends accusing me of being abnormally spacey...even for me when they would try and recount late night phone conversations with me. Apparently they would call and chat with me in the wee hours of the night and I would be totally asleep, but able to have a conversation. To overcome this I would place the phone on the floor after I talked to someone so in the morning I would see the phone down there and remember that I had taken a call. The scary thing was that I rarely remembered who called and what I said. This got me into trouble on a few occasions and was always a source of amusement for my friends...
" hey!It's 2:30 am so let's call T and make her say strange shit she won't remember tomorrow"

Posted by: Geezitron at June 16, 2004 03:56 PM

That's funny. My hubby never talks in his sleep, but he was holding forth an entire unintelligible monologue last night. Still don't know what he was dreaming/talking about since he gets up for work at 3:15 a.m. He won't be home for another 1/2 hour.

Posted by: HR Lady at June 16, 2004 06:06 PM