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Funny belongings we dream - humor


I often awe why I wake up so happy, ready to start the day. When I was younger I'd whack the alarm clock, for the fourth time, gripe out of bed and stomp about with a major sour puss. Now I'm up beforehand the alarm clock most mornings, and I don't grumble, not as often as I used to anyway. I'm often anxious to see what the day will bring.

I think I've stumbled upon the aim for my early rise and my heartening outlook. My wife. Yes, she brightens up my days and has given me tremendous motivation, all the same she still sleeps later than I do, and she tends to grumble, even if not too badly.

There's an added reason, and this also involves my wife. I deem that laughter is the best medicine, and she makes me laugh. More so, I think a happy feelings is contagious, and the argue I wake up happy might be this: my wife laughs in her sleep.

I kid you not. She laughs out loud. So loud that I'm often awakened by her night-time guffaws. From time to time it begins as a chuckle, but many times the laughter just erupts, like she just saw the funniest thing in the world. How can I help but be smiling and feel happy for myself when I'm treated to this many nights out of a week.

There's more. . . while still asleep, she tells me what she was laughing about. Here's are the most hot accounts. . .

One night she rolls over and begins her laughing. I wake up, and wait for her to become calm down. Then I ask "What's so funny?"

I wasn't in the family way a response, but to my amaze she answered me while still sound asleep. She said "Mrs. Juniper said the juniper wouldn't grow much taller than two feet, but she planted it and the damn thing took off, and it's still growing! Ha ha ha ha. . . . " Then she began to snore again.

I shook my head, rolled over and established in for the remainder of the night, knowing that we'd both get a kick out the story when I recalled it the following day. We did.

The most fresh episode was even better, stranger. This time it seemed like I was by now awake ahead of she happening laughing, maybe she had been chuckling first and that roused me. Each way, when she bunged her laughter I certain to see if she would talk again.

I asked "Okay, what's so funny this time?"

Her reply was classic. A truly fundamental long-winded by a sleeping brain. She said "Orville Redenbacher's plane wouldn't fly so they were frustrating to hang Orville Redenbacher's plane over the bed by a string. Ha ha ha ha. . . . " Then she conked out.

Again I shook my head, rolled over and anticipated the break of day, when I would share the tale from her sleeping brain with her alert brain. I couldn't wait to see her reaction.

I ask you, being a biological marvel, adept of great intellect, doesn't the human brain have advance belongings to think about? The workings of slumbering gray be of importance bewilder me.

Why she laughs in her sleep I don't know, but I'm glad she does. I'm happily married, and I declare you, that will never change!

I'm looking accelerate to more of her one liners from la-la-land. Can there be more? I'll keep you posted. Heck, if I amass adequate maybe I'll write a book!

That's all for now. From my funny diminutive spot in the universe, I bid you well.

Over and out.

Drew Vics, an artist, critic & musician from New Jersey, writes for http://www. Myeyez. net, and for other websites online.


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