Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Needless to say, I'm never sleeping again

Tip of the Day: You will wake up much quicker from the discovery of a spider crawling out of your hair/off of your face than if you were to inject 4 espresso shots directly into your veins.

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    1. A noise similar to that managed to get out of my groggy head!

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  2. No truer words were ever spoken, my friend. As much as it will traumatize me, I feel as though I need more details on that story.

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    1. In some people's eyes, it would have been a good thing that it was just a spindly daddy long leg type spider...but to me, it was a SPIDER!! I woke up and thought that a hair ball fell out of my hair as I picked my face up from the direct spot on the pillow where the spindly little devil was! With his legs he was actually bigger than a coin so it wasn't the best wake up call!

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  3. Do you want to have an "ACKKK" contest? I posted this on Elisa's blog March 1st:

    I have been having a "Melynda" morning. My blood sugar dropped about 3:00am & I couldn't get back to sleep until about 4:00. I woke up about 9:00 & went potty, & went potty, & went potty--for almost another hour! Finally got upstairs, woke up my computer & brushed my hand against my hair--& a bee flew out of it! I just called my husband on the intercom & asked him if this was the day he was going to tell me he wanted a divorce, which would have completed my wonderful day--he said, "Not today!" ALL TRUE!!

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    1. That sounds like something that would happen to my mom in law! She could hide a family of rats in her hair! (and yes, I'm totally jealous of her amazing curly locks!)

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  4. The truth in these words made me cry (and cringe). You are a genius~

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    1. I about did both! Thankfully I did sleep last night but I did wake up about every couple of hours thinking I would see another spider on my pillow...eeeeee!!

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  5. Thanks for the tip. Which reminds me of 1994 when I spent two weeks in Greece. My then girlfriend woke me up in the middle of the night believing there to be some kind of insect in the room. I switched on the lights and the ceiling was covered in spiders. As in 500 hundred at least. Sleep tight!

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    1. That sounds like my worst nightmare on mushrooms!!! I really don't think anything on earth could be more terrifying!!! Crap, and I always wanted to go to Greece...

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  6. Arrrrrrrgh! I have a lizard lurking in my living room. The last time I saw him he darted under the piano, which I can't move alone. I'm so afraid he'll creep under my bedroom door and end up in bed with me, whispering, "How 'bout a little lizard lovin', lady?". Waaaaaah.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Hahahaha! We had a lizard in our cottage in Kauai who I named Gus. He was cute and I liked him because he was supposed to eat spiders! I didn't realize he'd try to give lizard lovin too ;) hahahah

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  7. As I read on a friends Facebook wall the other day, "Seeing a spider isn't a problem. It becomes a problem when it disappears."

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    1. For me, seeing a spider creates hysterics and when it disappears creates a heart attack!

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  8. The spiders are just trying to say hello!

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  9. I so do not like spiders. We get them all the time...the big, quarter sized ones!

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  10. Oh, you just make my day. I love the laugh I get when I read your posts. I hate spiders too, but you have such a great way of putting it.
    ~a

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