You know, a Serenity now, Serenity NOW" moment like this one from the good ol' post files. Interesting enough this one also involves my lovely dog. Do you see a pattern here? Maybe the dog needs to go bye bye, don't let the door hit you in the ass on your way out, don't call me I'll call you, Qosh sau bolyngdar, Sau bolnynyz, Sau bol, Sayonara, Adiós, Good Bye, See you later, Take care, Until Next Time (umm maybe not this one.) You get the point?
Nooo, all you animal lovers, I do love him and he is my responsibility. I took him on, so I must follow through, even if it is my own demise or sanity in the end. But sometimes can't I picture my peaceful (I am sure it would be) life without him? I am sure that is the ONLY solution to regaining my sanity, right? Or maybe no dogs, some Zoloft, booze and counseling could do the trick? I am sure we will never know.
SO on to the latest installment of the Lord Louie book:
Chapter 2: Louie Snoring = No sleep for Jamie.
That is right, my English Bulldog snores. Not just a sweet, cute snore. A very loud, obnoxious snore! It was a great way to kick off my Monday, I tell ya. So needless to say I didn't get a very good night sleep. Louie's dog bed is at the end of the hall, and he usually stays there all night. For some reason (conspiracy to make me crazy), he decided half way through the night to go lay in front of my door and saw logs all night! I woke up several times to the sound of him making cord after cord of wood. Enough to last all winter. But I had that, "I am too tired to even get up and do something about it" problem. At least until it was 6 am, I finally got up and told him to go on his bed. By that time it was to late to catch up on rest....time to start the week off in true Louie style.
I now know what my husband has been complaining about. See since my first pregnancy, I started snoring and it has not gone away. I know it it is because I need to loose the rest of my baby weight. But since my latest addiction to Strawberry Jello Pretzel Salad, I am afraid he will have to continue to suffer.
So I decided to videotape his snoring so you could really get the full effect. Turn up the volume, you don't want to miss this. The video starts and ends with a good loud one, and in the middle I fear he may be suffering from sleep apnea! He looks like he is not breathing and killing what few brain cells he had left! HELP!