Sleeping Alone

Has its advantages, there is no:

sniffing

snorting

shifting

snoring

sweating

swallowing

sneezing

rolling

rifling

reeling

writhing

talking

tingling

tearing

tossing

turning

tickling

taunting

belching

bobbing

butting

buffering

bumping

backing

burping

hacking

coughing

laughing

giggling

groping

wiggling

So if you sleep alone, do you miss it?

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5 thoughts on “Sleeping Alone

  1. The list! lol (I am reminded of a joke: Fellow says, “I’m from a family of 8 boys. I never slept alone until I got married!”) That is my husband’s reality. He’s a fidgeter/leg-flinger of the first magnitude when not snoring (and more) and is stricken with brilliant ideas at 3 a.m. As a mom of two then two more, I was stricken by the need to sleep longer than an hour. Nope. Don’t miss it at all!

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