June 10, 2009

Good sleep, good marriage.

Or is it the other way around?

12 comments:

Bissage said...

Any chance they clipped that photo from a Restoration Hardware catalog?

rhhardin said...

A co-worker reports that you haven't seen sleep pattern disruption like you get when a raccoon knocks over a garbage pail outside and your three Dobermans leap off the bed.

nansealinks said...

Lawyers, doctors, morticians and bankers probably cause bad sleep, too:

from sleepeducation.com

Examples of the negative changes that can greatly affect your sleep include the following:


Getting divorced
Being in an auto accident
Having a major illness
Being involved in a lawsuit
Making a bad investment
Losing a loved one
Losing a job

MadisonMan said...

Bissage, I was thinking Pottery Barn.

Kate Gosselin said...

It helps when he doesn't bring whores into the bed while I'm out of town. I am a Christian woman, and I try to be understanding. But Jon is smooth as Patrick Stewart's head "down there". So I know when I come home from a trip and have to sweep pubic hairs from the sheets that something's been going on. Do you know how hard it is to sleep in that bed after that?

Bissage said...

It was a toss up.

Ha!

traditionalguy said...

A safe and secure feeling promotes a long nights sleep. The man's strength is designed to meet a woman's need to feel that way.

Penny said...

A couples' sleep study and no mention of snoring?

kentuckyliz said...

oxytocin (hormonal) bonding in sleep--for both partners

amba said...

You'll soon find out.

rhhardin said...

There's nothing like a Doberman puppy sleeping on your chest.

That size lasts a week.

The adult form is better anyway. It knows everything instead of nothing.

Sit stay while I get dog and rooster in the same frame this morning, for example. Try that with a puppy.

Sorin said...

Kate, it sounds like it's time for a new man.