The other day, my son, Bubba, took a nap. When he woke up, the clock said it was 7:04. Since it was dark, he assumed he had slept all night and that it was 7:04 AM. He got up and proceeded to get ready to begin his day. My husband was also taking a nap, so it appeared that it was indeed morning, and everyone in the house was still sleeping.
Then I came home from work.
Bubba was eating a bowl of cereal, freshly showered. When he saw me, he looked completely confused. "What were you doing?"
"Working, like I always do."
"No. I'm home for the evening."
"Wait a minute," he said. "It's not morning?"
"No, dude. It's 7:35 PM."
Has that ever happened to you?
How long was this nap? Apparently he was really rested after.ReplyDelete
I have no idea. Apparently a few hours.Delete
I've gotten up thinking it was morning, but never got ready. That's funny.ReplyDelete
I don't think that's ever happened to me. Mostly because I don't nap.Delete
It didn't happen to me but it happened to my late husband many years ago. Had a good laugh at the time.ReplyDelete
I bet it's a strange feeling!Delete
That's an amazing tale, but I can understand how it could happen. I am still jet lagged from the time change. I sometimes wake up "discombobulated" and not sure if it is day or night. I had to laugh when Bubba thought his mother had been out all night. I wonder what he thought you were doing. :)
Enjoy the rest of your week, dear friend Sherry!
Who knows what he thought I was doing. Probably figured I was up to no good!Delete
Enjoy your week as well.
it was one of those days....ReplyDelete
OMG, that's so funny. Thanks for putting a smile on my face. I could see that happening.ReplyDelete
It was odd to walk in and see him eating breakfast!Delete
This only happens to me when I'm jet lagged from flying half way around the world. But Daylight Savings does funny things to me, also. I'm composing a kvetchy post for tomorrow about just that.
It takes me a couple of days to adjust to Daylight Savings time. I wish they wouldn't change things!Delete
Yes. I've lost time because of sleeping at odd hours. It is discombobulating.ReplyDelete
I haven't had that experience, but I'm sure if you work odd shifts, it can happen.Delete
I've thought I slept longer than I did, never got ready though.ReplyDelete
My boy must've really been discombobulated!Delete
HA! No, it's never happened to me, but our younger son did something similar when he was a teenager. He used to go hunting with his dad and a bunch of other guys, and one time, he hit the rack early and slept so hard, when he woke up a couple hours later, he thought it was time to get up. My husband said he asked him, "Do you mind if I go to bed first...?"ReplyDelete
That's so funny. Poor Bubba must've been really confused.ReplyDelete
Yep. He seemed thoroughly confused!Delete
I've had a few of those days but not gone quite as far as Bubba getting ready for the day. :)ReplyDelete
I"m glad I came home when I did, or he might've been walking to the bus stop!Delete
A great story--one he'll get tired of hearing when he's older!ReplyDelete
Haha! I have lots of stories he'll be thrilled to hear about when he's older. :)Delete
Oh poor Bubba. I feel so bad for him. Although...I howled with laughter, Sherry. LOLReplyDelete
At least he didn't walk to the bus stop. :)Delete
Yes, I've also had this confusion!ReplyDelete
It must be a strange feeling!Delete
yes, it happen to me several times...lol.ReplyDelete
Have a great day
It's probably happened to my husband since he likes to take naps, too.Delete
Hi Sherry! I had a good laugh. What a confusion! :DReplyDelete
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That is too funny! LOL!ReplyDelete
This has never happened to me!
Big Hugs Sherry!
It's never happened to me, either.Delete
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