Monday, May 4, 2009

Taking my arms off at night


     I wish we could take our arms off at night.  I never know what to do with them when I sleep.  And, whatever it is I do with them now... it's not working for me.  I constantly have a stiff neck/knots in my shoulder from the way I sleep.

     This would not happen if we could snap them off and them lay them neatly beside our bed.

      I just don't know how we'd get them back on.

     Have you ever wished you could take your arms off?

     P.S.  When I was looking for a picture to add to this post, I found this baby doll.  What is up with this doll?  Seriously, it kinda scares me.  This doll looks like she can take off all body parts.


7 comments:

gnangle04 said...

That's a really creepy doll.

The concept of taking your arms off at night sounds so appealing, so comfortable. They just get in the way. It would probably be a lot of work though when you get up to go to the bathroom many times in a night. (:

Darja said...

hahaha
can i tell you something?
well i'm going to.
this weekend, when i was at home, i woke up, and my arm was completely asleep. it was like dead weight, i had to move it with my other hand, or it wouldn't move...for like ten minutes. it was soo funny. but not at first. at first, i was really terrified, because i thought i was going to have to get it amputated.

Sharla said...

I have the same problem as a side sleeper but I can honestly say that it's never occurred to me to take off my arms...where do you come up with these thoughts? LOL!!

Jenney said...

I can honestly say I have never ever even thought of that. Or had a problem with it. This was a very bizzare, yet as always, entertaining post. The creepy doll picture probably helped with the bizarreness...really how DID you come across it?

Tony and Rett said...

Dude. You're a freak.

:O

Tony and Rett said...

Oh, but I type that with love.

Gina said...

I've never thought about taking my arms off but I know how you feel. When I'm pregnant, my arms CONSTANTLY fall asleep during the night. Remember my wrist splints I was wearing when you came to visit me in Florida? I feel like those are going to make a reappearance soon!!

That doll is so weird. So weird. Almost as weird as the Muffin Man.