I love to sleep. BK, that’s before kids, everyone knew not to call me before noon on Sundays, especially in college. Then it was eleven, then ten, now, um, seven-ish. Although I have to say that hubby lets me sleep in on most Sundays. And every extra minute is so wonderful.
I’ve always been a night owl and these days there are lots of things that keep me up at night anyway: winding down from a crazy day, playing on the computer, that book I want to finish, kids waking up, and well, someone snoring. Can anyone relate?
Perhaps my favorite are the times that I gently nudge him and say, “You’re snoring” and the response I get is something like this, “I’m not snoring. It was you.” Me, wide-awake-me. Yeah, no.
My usual method is pulling on the sheets or a push with just enough force to halt the snoring for a few minutes. We’ve tried nasal strips- great for opening the nasal passages by the way- but they only seemed to lessen the snoring, not send it off to Never land. So, one of the things I might end up doing on a snore-filled night is researching information on snoring. And then chatting with whoever else is still up and on facebook.
*This is a sponsored post, but opinions are always my own.