I think I would laugh if I knew how many times I have said this phrase this week.
My husband has not been feeling well,
so he has been tossing and turning every night for about a week.
As I am clutching and hanging on for dear life as to not be dropped onto the floor,
I finally say, Please mooooove over,
He rolls over, grumbles and for a moment I am sure that I will be fine!
Then I find myself almost doing a faceplant onto the floor again,
and I realize that both dogs have jumped on the bed, lots of foot space at the bottom.
But they have weasled their way in between us!
Both peaceful and asleep, all stretched out,
I glance over, my husband almost stuck to the wall, and I hear...
That was it,
I kicked both dogs off the bed, pulled my husband from the wall, fixed the blankets,
And laid down thinking, Okay now some sleep.
No wide awake! Then I remembered when we had been out earlier in the day,
Going around the traffic circle we were almost sideswiped by a car, and I said to Wain,
Hey Moooove Over!
Out shopping apparently I had been blocking a man from getting around me,
no not on purpose, and he said, I kid you not,
Can you Mooove Over?
So at six am I get the giggles thinking about this, and I start laughing but trying to be quiet,
and I giggled and giggled more, my body shaking up and down as I giggled.
And my husband rolls over toward me, opens his eyes and says,
What are you doing? Whats so funny?
Giggling I said, I'll telll you later. Go back to sleep,an hey
Can You Moooove Over?
About a minute later I got up, put the coffee on, and I heard the dogs jump on the bed...
I thought to myself.....I will just leave them.
So about eight oclock I hear,
What the heck, Moooove Over!
I stuck my head in the door and said,
Goodmorning the coffees on!
I giggled as I walked back to the kitchen thinking,
Yes sometimes we all need our own space!
Remember a day without laughter
Is a Day Wasted!