Saturday, October 18, 2008

"WINNING...

....isn't everything. There is also gloating!"
Me and the beagle, if you can believe it, were awakened by the snores of my WIFE. Since when does my wife snore?

12 comments:

Wep said...

I am usually a victim of the opposite. It's usually the BEAGLE'S snores that wake me!

Lis Garrett said...

She must have really been enjoying her sleep!!

kate et jim said...

She must be extremely exhausted, eh?

I snore something awful - ever since I was pregnant with my son 20 yrs ago. It's embarrassing when we stay somewhere...lol

Nancy L.K. Boyce said...

I'm sure Maude is thrilled you mentioned that! Don't worry Maude,it was probably a dainty little snore- the cute kind!

Have a good studio day Gary!

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

Nothing dainty about it!!!!!
Snores happen, eh?
Thanks N!

Cheri @ Blog This Mom! said...

Q: When does a wife snore?

A: Just before she punches you out for posting about it.

Harumph!

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

OH! Do you think she will be mad? I mean, I took a picture of her snoring but I didn't post it or anything....

Farmer*swife said...

GASP! And, you told us? Ooooh, I think Penny get's the bed tonight and you get the dog house/doggie mat.

:-D

I apologize for my sour mood. :-{}

Happy Saturday!!!

Mrs. P said...

Dear Nancy and Cheri,

Thank you for standing by me. Great idea, Farimer's Wife!

kcinnova said...

As I was lying awake in the dark, willing myself to not snore (because I do, and it bothers my husband)...I HEARD HIM SNORING!! I almost woke him up to tell him, but decided to gloat deliciously instead. However, I am ONLY sharing this because I have made no secret of my own snoring...which I have been assured is very audible.

Maude, I am guessing that you had a bit of a cold coming on (which you may consider sharing with Gary) and this caused your delicate nose & throat to fight for air. Here you are, suffering, and Gary is gloating!! (hint: on weekends, my dh has to sleep on the sofa when he is bothered by my snoring)

Wives should be valued and treasured, as is right and proper.

Giggles said...

Did you get in a bit of clay over this post??!! haha

Giggles said...

Reminds me of the movie Good Will Hunting when Robin Williams character talks with endearment about his deceased wife!