Maybe duct tape would help.

It’s past midnight and I’m sitting in bed wide awake. My husband on the other hand is sleeping and doing this; snore, snore, twitch leg, grind teeth, scratch butt/crotch/stomach, snooorrrre.

He did a sleep study on December 16th and we’re still waiting for the results. He had an appointment with his doctor last week for the results and I felt so relieved but then he found out they still haven’t turned the results in. It’s pretty obvious to me that he has sleep apnea and is going to need one of those Luke Skywalker masks when he sleeps.

I can never remember what they’re really called but they remind me of the mask that Luke wears when fighting the bad guys in a Star Wars battle when he’s in his space plane thingamajig.

As you can see, I’m totally with it when it comes to my Star Wars lingo. *snort* Or any lingo for that matter when I’m exhausted and can’t sleep.

Besides my husband’s snoring keeping me awake, it’s been impossible to sleep since my sinuses are flared up and my head feels like it’s ready to pop. No matter how I lay down, it’s so uncomfortable. Kind of like the last two months of pregnancy except I don’t have to pee every 5 minutes.

Oh wait, hold on…..


Ugh! I am now hopping up and down on my bum, hoping that will shake the bed enough to get him to stop snoring. Pretty soon I’m going to have to smack him in the arm.

Then he’ll wake up, sit straight up in bed, say wha? huh? wha? and I’ll just sit here acting all innocent and ask him what’s wrong.

As always, I’ll tell him that “You must have had a bad dream”. heh.

Pomplamoose – Mister Sandman

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5 Responses to Maybe duct tape would help.

  1. Kristy H January 13, 2011 at 00:09 #

    I feel you! I’ve had many, many sleepless nights due to Hubbys very LOUD and nonstop snoring!
    A few years back he went to do a Sleep study, and his nurse told him that even through the soundproof walls, his snores could be heard! Then, the results came back, with everyone thinking he was sure to have some sort of Sleep apnea, and well, NOTHING!

    • Kristy H January 13, 2011 at 00:10 #

      (Hit button too soon, lol!)
      So basically, I just have to deal with his snoring, or try to fall asleep in another room with the fan turned up at full speed!
      And then he had the nerve to tape me snoring away one night while I was sick and stuffy, lol, and try to tell me that I snore too loud!!! : )

      • Elle January 13, 2011 at 01:04 #

        Oh No! That’s my biggest fear, finding out that there isn’t anything wrong with his loud, freight train snoring, which he’s doing while I’m writing this. 😉 There have been times at night when I get so tired of his snoring and I’ll close the bedroom door, go into our office and close that door, then listen to my iPod. With all of that, I’ll still be able to hear him.

        My hubby has complained of my snoring too and I just want to smack him with a pillow. I don’t know how he can hear my snoring through his. 😀

  2. Georgette January 13, 2011 at 17:18 #

    Nothing is worse than laying next to someone who is sleeping so hard that their own loud snoring doesn’t even wake them. Well, I am sure there is worse, but it sucks and it makes you want to elbow them in the forehead.

    My boyfriend doesn’t snore, but he grabs boobs and butt in his sleep. It’s lovely.

    • Elle January 14, 2011 at 00:58 #

      Ooooh, I’ve never tried elbowing him in the forehead. If smothering him with his own pillow doesn’t work next time, I might give give this a try. 😉

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