Tuesday, January 13, 2009

~~Be aware, it can be dangerous!~~

Sleep does not come easy to me most nights. I never stay asleep all night and usually takes a good 2 hours before I fall asleep. Yet being tired as all hell, there is one thing that can rip me out of my Ambien induced coma. Zoe Gas. Yes, Zoe gas that can make me wish I was unconscious.

Be very aware. You can be jolted awake experience watery eyes, and have this overwhelming urge to vomit and/or plug it up.

It happens. In my house. Times and days could be any, but it is always just as bad.

The first time, my husband was the one who woke me up to tell me he thought one of the girls had been sick. A whole can of air freshener was used.

Ok maybe it was a half a can, but it was the good kind that usually takes 1 spray.

It takes me 2 hours to finally doze off in a peaceful sleep. I was content. I think I may have begun to dream and drool again and then she almost always does it again.

And this is coming from a small little Yippie dog that sleeps on the bed. Oh yes, she is a 5 pound chihuahua that can smell up a house in seconds like a HUGE kennel full of canines). And she looks at me with sad eyes, as if to say . . . What?????? I didn’t do anything!!! And then had the audacity to growl at me when she got moved, the nerve!!

The smaller the dog the . . . . well lets just say that dynamite comes in small packages.

Think long and hard before you let your precious dog sleep in the same room with you. It can be dangerous to your health and they seem to have a bad habit of taking over your bed, leaving you a small corner and growling at you if you dare move and interrupt their sleep!!!!

1 comment:

Vaylene & Jordan said...

HAhaha thats funny. Lilly has had some funky smells come from her too. Although she's starting to really snore bad. I'm suprised how similar that mamma chihuahua looks like Lilly! If she wasn't a different color I would have thought she was my dog! Whats her name? The puppies are so cute!