Sunday, February 28, 2010
You have the right to remain silent... and on your side of the bed
So Ward and June Cleaver were clearly onto something! The older I get the smaller a king size bed feels. Call me old fashion, but when I go to sleep, I do not want to be touched or breathed on. My husband, on the other hand, does not agree with me. He is a firm believer in the 'spoon' and has to fall asleep in said position every night! This means that our king size bed instantly becomes a twin size, and it always happens on my side. Add to the mix a rapidly growing 6 month old, 70 pound pup and things get heated in the wee hours of the night/morning! God love his snuggling, snoring heart... I know I am blessed to have him here to want to spoon with me after 18 years together, but all I can think of at these times is making a citizens arrest and reading him the 'Tiffani Rights'...You have the right to remain silent and on your side of the bed. Anytime you snore it will used against you in a court of my elbow to your rib cage. If you can not stay on the east side of the bed, a separate bed and or bedroom will be appointed to you!... Yes, Ward and June Cleaver were onto something, but the twin beds are for the birds. We may end up with a bedroom with two king size beds... one for the hubs, the horse and their spooning and another one for me, myself and I!