I Write Notes to Myself In My Sleep. Is That Weird?
Story Time: I have a stack of post-it notes next to my bed. I keep them there because my brain goes crazy at night and I come up with weird ideas. SO, as to not lose these thoughts and ideas, I write them down on post-it notes so I won't forget them in the morning.
Unfortunately, sometimes this backfires on me.
I often write down these ideas half asleep, or just coming out of sleep, so the note ends up being just a random jumble of words that I don't understand or know why I wrote down. Most of these notes just stay on my bedside table. Some manage to make their way to random locations I do not remember putting them. (Why is there a note that says "dog tape" on the stove? Who put this here? And wrote it...in my handwriting...?)
Case in point: Today I woke up to a post-it note next to my alarm clock that just said "Arby's, dude"
I...I mean...I honestly don't know what to do with this information...
I DID end up going to Arby's for lunch today. So maybe it was Sleepy Chynna's way of giving me a not-so-subliminal message. More like a 'literal message'...
Other post-it's I have woken up to:
Did I mean bed skirt? What are "bed flaps"??
"Get the cat stuff"
That could mean ANYTHING relating to my cat!
You mean 'water'?
and "Sandman God Book"
I surprisingly actually managed to decipher that last one. I was trying to tell myself to check out Neil Gaiman's (writer of the Sandman comics) new Norse Mythology book.
Long story short: Sleepy Chynna and Awake Chynna really need to find a better way to communicate with each other...
Does...anyone else...do this? Or is this just another one of those "NOPE. Just YOU." situations?