Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Talking In The Night

I stopped watching the game last night before half time. We lost. Again.

Okay, on to better stuff. It's Tuesday and there is a hockey game this evening. We are going despite it being a school night. I am actually looking forward to this one.

I am trying to wake up this morning. I kept waking up last night because I was hearing voices. My kid has now started talking in his sleep. He talks a lot. My parents said we did this when we were younger. It's funny to hear him talking about his cat or kids at school.

Well, there are some of my favorites who I haven't read in awhile, so I will bid you farewell.

10 comments:

Phelan said...

Could you email me when you are around. I have a question and possibly a favor to ask of you.

Dave said...

Talking in one's sleep. It's amazing how much info you can drag outta someone who is talking in their sleep... Stuff to use against them later! ;-)

Take care abbagirl!

Leann said...

Sorry your team lost :-(

My granddaughter talks in her sleep and often laughs. It's very cute.

Chelf said...

My brother and I used to talk to each other down the hall! Mom figured it out once when she got up to tell us to be quiet and go to sleep.

Thankfully, we weren't Talking, we were Mumbling.

Had a friend in college who was brutally honest in his sleep. "I hear the secrets that you keep, when you're talking in your sleep!"

Portia said...

I have been told I talk in my sleep, but I wouldn't know:) I hope you had a great day!

not said...

Oh. That would weird me out AND keep me awake for sure. Hope he out grows it soon!

Cheryl said...

Hiya, Abba...just thought I'd say hello. It's been a crazy night here and I'm on my way to read. Not a blogging night for me.

Andfre said...

my daughter talks in her sleep all the time, always has, but I can never understand it, it's gibberish!

simonsays said...

I used to do that, talk in my sleep, i mean, heavens, I hope I still don't --- could be incriminating...lol

Have a good day today.

:)

David Kim said...

When I was a kid, some other kid hit my mouth with a hockey stick when we were playing field hockey. I thought he knocked my teeth out! Fortunately, I was just bloody.