snore

Did you know? My husband snores.

I suppose some people have one signature snore. A snore that sounds the same all the time. My husband is different, he has a variety of snores. It's as if he has different types of snores for different occasions tucked away in some cupboard i don't know of. =)

He has the unbearable snore. VERY VERY loud. Some people have said it sounds like a drill. My brother who roomed with my hubby (before we hitched), exclaimed after one morning that there was no way he could sleep in the same room with hubby again- after being kept awake all night. Somehow i manage to sleep throught the snores. Bothers me a little, but not too much.

But my husband has this delightful snore that I love. And this morning I woke up to this delightful snoring. It's not too loud and not too soft. And it lulls me back to sleep. It's this feeling of comfort I enjoy when he snores this way. Without opening my eyes or feeling his arms around me, I know he's near, breathing and next to me.

Of course the horrid thing is that I switched off the alarm and went right back to sleep, leaving us scrambling half an hour later, trying to get out of the house on time for work.

=)

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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

snore

Did you know? My husband snores.

I suppose some people have one signature snore. A snore that sounds the same all the time. My husband is different, he has a variety of snores. It's as if he has different types of snores for different occasions tucked away in some cupboard i don't know of. =)

He has the unbearable snore. VERY VERY loud. Some people have said it sounds like a drill. My brother who roomed with my hubby (before we hitched), exclaimed after one morning that there was no way he could sleep in the same room with hubby again- after being kept awake all night. Somehow i manage to sleep throught the snores. Bothers me a little, but not too much.

But my husband has this delightful snore that I love. And this morning I woke up to this delightful snoring. It's not too loud and not too soft. And it lulls me back to sleep. It's this feeling of comfort I enjoy when he snores this way. Without opening my eyes or feeling his arms around me, I know he's near, breathing and next to me.

Of course the horrid thing is that I switched off the alarm and went right back to sleep, leaving us scrambling half an hour later, trying to get out of the house on time for work.

=)

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Blogger Anthony Farole said...

It’s somewhat funny that you find your husband’s snoring lovely. Other wives definitely are annoyed with it, as it usually interferes with their sleep. It keeps them awake that guarantees that frustration will surely follow. Hehe!

Anthony Farole @ DrFarole.com

January 6, 2014 at 9:26 PM  

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