Tuesday, December 30, 2008

One More Christmas Tidbit And A Dream...

After my ginormous Christmas wrap-up yesterday, I forgot to add the funniest quote of Christmas--brought to you by Gooser.

After we finished our five-plus hours of gift unwrapping, Gooser sat amongst the paper and box-strewn living room and said very thoughtfully "I'm really looking forward to next Christmas."

And just to prove how blog-addicted I've become: I had a very restless night's sleep last night--thanks to Don and his snoring (note: remember the expensive "stop snoring" pillow I bought him for Christmas at Brookstone? I think it actually made the snoring worse!!)

Anyway, I was constantly waking up so I remember my dreams really well--and I was actually dreaming that I was writing comments on blogs!! Like typing in my comments and doing the captchas and stuff like that. Pathetic!!


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28 comments:

Ronda's Rants said...

That is is funny...I haven't dreamed of blogging yet but...I have had entire conversations with epople in my dreams that I knew I would have to talk to on Monday...once I was dreading letting someone go...and I had to live through it twice..once in my dreams and then when I actually had to do it.
Maybe God gave me a dress rehearsal...
Happy New Year!

Missy said...

One of the many joys of being a mom - getting to hear little sweet comments like that. What a cutie!

Funny that you dreamed about blogging!!!

Been meaning to ask - How is the house purchase with Mr. Howell going?

JANE said...

Ooooo you are a sicko, LOL!!
Tell Gooser I'm looking forward to it too but probably not as much as he is! Do tell, what did the vermin give Don?

Jen said...

I sometimes have that same dream. Crazy!

Jennifer said...

Lol @ about the dream. Since I've started working, I've dreamt of pulling meds off the shelf and counting them. hahaha. =)

Gooser is just adorable!

Kristin said...

I have yet to dream of blogging but I'm not far off I fear.

oº˚ Anissa ˚ºo said...

I dreamed of blogging before now I'm dreaming of guitar hero. I am just jamming out in my sleep --LOL. Any who just stopping by to say good morning.

Hugs

amelia bedelia said...

oh, how funny! I think we all are blog addicts!

Shannon said...

I haven't dreamed about blogging... yet. At least, I don't think I have. I hardly remember any of my dreams.


I have 5 kids at my house today... how do you do it, woman???!?!?

Becky said...

Darn...I am so dissapointed that pillow didn't work...LOL that it did the opposite!

So...you are dreaming of blogging? I would probably agree that that is pathetic if I hadn't done it myself before:)

noble pig said...

That's hilarious! Our addictions follow us to bed...I guess it could be worse!

kathy said...

Too funny! As far as the snoring - my husband just got one of those mouth devices a couple of weeks ago and it's working. Yay! I understand what it is like to not be able to sleep next to a snorer

sandi said...

Blogging is an addiction. I am afraid it has become my biggest one. Knocking Diet Coke into second place.
I too dream of blogging all the time. It's nuts.

Kori said...

Bwahhhaaaaa, I haven't dreamed of it yet but have noticed when I am saying my prayers in the am and pm, most of the people on my list are bloggy friends. It is nuts, isn't it?

CaraBee said...

I haven't dreamed of blogging yet, but I figure it's only a matter of time since I used to dream about work all the time. My bloggy friends have turned up in my dreams, though, which is, of course, weird, because I haven't actually met any of them. (Was that too many commas?)

Karen said...

Love Gooser's comment :-)

Haven't dreamed of blogging .... yet.

However I have dreamed of things that I've planned on doing and then woken up not sure if I had already done them or not !!

mannequin said...

Oh my goodness. I am not alone. One day I told DH that I was on my way upstairs to "edit" the bedroom. I didn't even realize what I had said until he pointed it out. What I wanted to say was ..."to clean the bedroom".
Whatever. Same thing.

Brittany said...

My kids were the same way. Now EVERY time they get up in the morning, and come down stairs...they ask where the presents are.

Rebecca Jo said...

The one thing with kids & Christmas - it feels like forever away for them... for grown-up's, it gets here all too quickly!

Ann said...

I believe we're on the verge of an intervention Jennifer.
(Check the key hole if you hear a knock on the door.) ;->

Linda S said...

that is the ultimate...now to find you the appropriate 12 step program...

Susie said...

I haven't gotten there yet but I am sure it is coming. I am just as addicted as you are:-)

Aubrey said...

Wow. LOL
Just remember, you are not alone!

Jenni Jiggety said...

Is there blogging rehab? Is it nice there...can I bring my laptop?

Heather of the EO said...

I HAVE dreamt about blogging. I'm in the addicted club.

AND I have the hugest snorer in my bed. UGH. I kick him out sometimes. It's NOT fun to be this sleep-deprived!

Nice to meet you!

DysFUNctional Mom said...

How cute of him! I have dreamed of blogging, too. If I have to be addicted to something, at least it's blogging!

Argentum Vulgaris said...

GO GOOSER! That kid is awesome.

If you haven't dreamt about blogging, then you're not dedicated. (Addiction is such an ugly word) I am also dedicated to coffee and chocolate and.... well, never mind that, I am!

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Jen B. said...

That's hysterical! I haven't actually dreamed about blogging yet, but I have sat at work all day, waiting to get home just so I can post! I think it's an addiction! LOL