Wednesday, May 4, 2011

too much tv?

Its basketball season, which means, that I have the bed pretty much to myself. Husband use excuses like "I'll be up to bed when I hear your school books hitting the floor", or "I'll let you get comfortable for a while, and then I'll be up" or something vaguely along those lines. I'm not complaining or anything, its nice to lie across the bed every once in a while without wandering hands.

So at some point in the early morning, I woke up to a violent kick in the shin.

Husband opened his eyes and asked if he just kicked my me. "Uhhh, YEAH, and quite hard too!" He apologized and rolled back over. Just as he was drifting off to sleep I hear him mumble:

"UGH! Lebron was holding my leg so I wouldn't get the shot. BUT, he started to tickle me, so I had to kick him off!!!"

Can't argue with the most ticklish man I know when he's 3/4 asleep, but hon, NO basketball tonight!

19 comments:

  1. That is too funny and a bit bizarre. lol

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  2. Hahaha! Oh girl, that's funny. My husband would be sitting on the couch right by yours.
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  3. LOL, too funny! And I thought I had it bad for basketball. Never dreamt about Derrick Rose that way, at least that I can remember. :)

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  4. I guess I should count my blessings, my dearest is not a basketball fan. He feels every game seems to come down to the teams tied at 100 points and five minutes to play so why not just make the games 5 minutes long to begin with?

    It is one of the sports I just don't get either.

    I liked the casual line about being able to lie across the bed without dealing with "wandering hands"...nice touch (so to speak).

    xxoo
    moe

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  5. You've been temporarily replaced by Lebron. LOL!

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  6. That's hilarious! Think he's a bit basketball obsessed right now.

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  7. Ha ha ha...at least he wasn't watching The Police Women of Maricopa County.

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  8. Sadly I can't relate since the knicks are out.

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  9. Soooo, you were watching TV before TV was watching you?
    Been there, done that, will probably do it again.

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  10. Watching TV before TV watches you, I like that. I suppose I should be greatful he isn't watching Police Women, dreaming of swimming with the sharks; that would be bizarre (and prehaps wet)

    Things will return to 'normal' when the Lakers finish.

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  11. That sounds like something I might do. Except it would be baseball instead of basketball.

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  12. Surprised my husband's never done this to me during football season.

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  13. LOL thanks for the laugh, I did need it this morning :D

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  14. Oh, you poor thing! That was how March Madness was for me. What is with them and sports taking over their lives anyway?
    Ava

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  15. So funny, I don't miss sharing a bed at all! :-)

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  16. Maybe the couch would be a safer place until the playoffs are over with!

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