Friday, November 19, 2010

Bonding with Puppine

I'm not sleeping as well as I might of late, due to the fact that Teeny Weeny Puppini has taken to crawling up and sleeping on the side of my head several times each night. After she stops purring and fall asleep, her little body shudders over and over again, as if she is in the Garden of Earthly Delights or some damn shit. What sort of asshole would a hardened callous motherfucker have to be to to wake up a bitch who is dreaming her ass is in the Garden of Earthly Delights? I just don't have it in me. I should probably go back to taking Ambien again. When I take that shit, a dump truck could park on my head, and I wouldn't know it.


Jeannie said...


Dex has taken to crawling up my body numerous times a night to get me to go out to the living room to sleep where it's nice and cool.

Maybe I should get some Ambien too.

Sarcastic Bastard said...

Beware of the sleep-eating or sleep-driving with Ambien. I guess some people eat while they are asleep (laugh), or worse, get in the car and try to drive (Jack Nicholson said he did once).

Love you. I'm always watching out for the safety of my blog family. You're welcome!

Ms. Moon said...

Better living through chemicals!

Adirondackcountrygal said...

I can't sleep worth crap with my dog waking me up all night long. I should start taking Ambien!

Big Mark 243 said...

I wonder why everyone (actually, all of two) thinks taking ambien is like popping Pez?

That is love... letting your puppini dream her lovely dreams, even if her convulsions keep you awake. You are a big softie at heart!!

Parabolic Muse said...

Oh, I love you, SB, and I am with you all the way on this, but as one who is awakened by a chiwiener dog 43 times a night, I know again whereof I speaketh: They don't care about us. They are selfish and single-minded and they won't hate you if you move them. It's okay.

I mean, I don't move Scout, but I'm saying if I did, she'd deal with it.