Where do you sleep at night, with whom do you sleep at night... my partner and I of 5 years have NEVER slept in the same bed... we both have different rooms... I guess it has to do with me not being in love and him wanting to sleep alone... anyone else sleep elsewhere... sometimes I fall asleep in the family room where I stay up watching tv...
Alexco, I still sleep with the wife in our bedroom. Working the night shift I usually get the bed to myself during the day, but on my off nights we are together. One of our cats will sleep on the end of the bed and our dog likes to sleep on the floor at the end of our bed. Kind of an unsual family grouping.
Reminds me of a training class on ethics a few years ago. The instructor was trying to make a point on an employees responibility of coming to work. He asked the question "what do you do when you wake up in the morning and there is six inches of snow on the ground."? My response was "walk up front and clock out". It got a lot of laughs, but he didn't seem to enjoy my sense of humor.
when I was single - usually alone. If someone was involved in my life - always together. Married now 25 years - unless she is totally pissed at me - together. I like holding onto to something warm and soft and cuddly :)
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