Friday, 1 October 2010
And probably don't want to know either.
I've been back in Eagleton for 5 sleeps. Now what you have to know to appreciate what I'm going to tell you is that I usually put my head on the pillow (ok that's not unusual) and sleep pretty solidly for 5 or 6 hours and then wake up and get up. I usually do all that without as much as a ruffle of the bedclothes. But these last five sleeps have been rather odd. In one way that is. Each morning when I've woken I've looked up at the clock and put my hand out for my glass of water and neither has been there. They've been an extra three feet away. I've woken up on the other side of the bed. Now that's hardly earth-shattering news but I can never recall it happening before in the 10 years that I've slept in that bed on my own! So why now?
There you are I told you you wouldn't want to know that. You read it anyway. So don't blame me!