May 16, 2007


Quote from Wikipedia;

...the term nightmare refers to dreams of particular intensity, with content that the sleeper finds disturbing, related either to physiological causes, such as a high fever, or to psychological ones, such as unusual trauma or stress in the sleeper's life. The occasional body movements seen in nightmares may have a use in awakening the sleeper, thus helping to avoid the frightening dream-situation. This can sometimes be called a "mare"...

I sometime have nightmares of my own, which I don't remember most of the time. My nightmare usually occurs when I have done something terribly wrong(like forgetting to hand in my homework) or when I become indecisive(what outfit should I wear for tomorrow's kenduri??).

Since I seldom have nightmare, I don't remember twisting or turning on my bed or waking up all sweaty and bothered, unless the weather that night is extremely hot.

So imagine my surprise when 1 of the kitty cat actually peed on the bed while sleeping.

The cat has nightmare so scary he wet the bed!!!

The Bad: The kitten wet the bed + a sweater that was on the bed.

The Good: It was not my bed.

The Ugly: The kitten was actually sleeping on my bed, so I move him to another bed since I want to sleep on my own bed.

... Its not my fault right? RIGHT?!?!

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Biby Cletus said...

Cool blog, i just randomly surfed in, but it sure was worth my time, will be back

Deep Regards from the other side of the Moon

Biby Cletus

Anonymous said...

serena said...

hahaha XD Well, you did say it was a kitten, maybe lack of bladder control? Or maybe it felt all alone in the big bad world... DD: Now, you have to drag the mattress to sun it or something, to avoid it from stinking the room. ^^;

Reiki said...

Well, since it wasn't my bed, I don't have to do it; my friend just change the bedsheets ^^

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