LC wakes me up at 6:14am wanting to "snuggle"
ME: [insert sleepy, mad, whiny, baby girl voice here] Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooo, me want sleepies
Me: Noooooooooooo, puh-leeeeeeeeeze let me sleep til 7.
[LC rustles the covers while throwing a tantrum and gets out of bed]
[time goes by]
LC: It's time to get up.
Me: Meh, okay. [look over at clock and show a face of disgust]. IT'S ONLY 6:54! Grrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What's bad about this is that Puggy is at Gma's house for a visit this week. I do not have to get up early to take her out. What that means is I get to sleep til 7. I don't care if it's only 6 minutes til 7, I want, no, I NEED those 6 minutes. LC is a morning person. He gets up 2hrs before he has to be at work. He makes his coffee, eats his breakfast, does his man stuff, takes a shower, and gets ready for work. Me, on the other hand, I like to wake up at the latest time I possibly can and then rush around like a mad woman getting ready then not being able to find my keys, shoes, and phone. And, it never fails once I get into my car, I realize I've forgotten something and rush back into my apartment to get it, and then finally, I am ready and off to work. LC and I are polar opposites. Forgetting things always makes me think of Iona from Pretty in Pink. Andie (Molly Ringwald) asks Iona (Annie Potts) if you have to go to prom, and Iona says,"You don't have to. I mean, it's not a requirement. A girlfriend of mine didn't go to hers. Once in a while she gets a terrible feeling, like something is missing. She checks her purse and her keys, she counts her kids, she goes crazy. And then she realizes that... nothing is missing. She decided it was side effects from skipping the prom." Ha! I've included a couple of pictures of her for your enjoyment! I love those 80s movies by John Hughes!