Thanks Mesh and Rosie,
Next Wednesday my hubby and I will go to the sleep clinic, which is run by a neuro psychiatrist. Hopefully he will have some brilliant ideas to try and solve my sleep issues. He will also review all of my meds to ensure that none of them are causing the problem.
My husband has suspected sleep apnea, so he will be going to the sleep clinic on the same night. Luckily he can fall asleep the minute his head hits the pillow.
We will be there with 6 other patients, all in our own rooms.
My hubby and I have never had a honey moon.
So this is the first time we will be leaving out little B.J. dog on her own.
We planned on staying in a swanky hotel for our anniversary which is coming up. But this is cheaper and comes with a free oxygen mask!!!!
There will be some other luxuries, a lounge for all 8 of us to share the basic cable television, a microwave and a kettle to make lovely decaffenitated tea. Bedtime is 8:30 p.m. on the dot. We will be rocked to sleep by a cocerto from Beethoven's little know classic "Moonlight snore-ata".
Breakfast will be provided in the paper bag you bring from home. No sneaking in caffeine. Bags are inspected upon entry. This is truly the life of a rock star ........in a rehab clinic. We will all look quite fascinating with the wires all attached to our brains. #@%^&****#)^
Why bother watching ER on television? Just drop by the clinic and watch us hooked up with wires to machines. It will be a riot.
I never dreamt my first honeymoon would be so romantic. Oh and I had to wait five years for this luxurious one of a kind, seperate rooms, honeymoon.
Post Edited (effie) : 7/21/2005 2:12:12 AM (GMT-6)