After I'm awake I end up wandering aimlessly around the house, using the computer, and/or munching. In a weird way, it's kind of nice being in the house when it's that quiet and still--it doesn't happen much. Last night, I came seriously close to making some strange online purchases while downing a box of Fruit Loops.
And last week Jeremy and I had a conversation about my insomnia because I had told him I was tired and hadn't slept well. Turns out, he's never noticed me getting up and and disappearing for awhile in the wee hours of the morning. Hmm. Good to know. So last night as I tried to go in and go back to sleep, he wakes up and says "Were you out wandering? I caught you!" all proud that he noticed. I said, "Yeah I couldn't sleep, and now take a look how your pillows are trying to shove me off the bed again." And I could tell he was only half awake because then he said, "That's what she said." So I shoved him and his pillow cocoon over and said "That doesn't even make sense. Go back to sleep." And then I really couldn't sleep because I was just lying there thinking about funny Office episodes where someone says "That's what she said."
Does anyone else have wandering episodes in the wee hours of the morning, only knowing the whole time how extremely tired you are going to feel the whole next day? snd;lnaaaaaaaaaadddddddddddddddddddddd. afdjsssssssssssssssssssssssssklllllllllllllllllll
Whoops. I think I feel asleep for a minute there and my head hit the keyboard.