Just for kicks, today I’m answering the writing prompt from Mama Kat’s Pretty Much World Famous Writer’s Workshop: Describe something you did with your spouse when you dated, but that you’re now “over.”
When we were first married, Brian and I couldn’t sleep unless A. We were together, B. It was subzero, and C. We were cuddling. This is how we used to fall asleep:
|Sleeping Position 1|
In sleeping position 1, we’re both sleeping on our stomachs and yet overlapping each other. One, because I needed him for warmth, since I wasn’t accustomed to the subzero temps. Two, I wanted to wake up and see his handsome face first thing in the morning.
Unfortunately, he wasn’t too fond of smelling my morning breath first thing in the morning, so we modified our cuddling position to this:
|Sleeping Position 2|
|Sleeping Position 3|
|Sleeping Position 4, one year later|
Now, he’s hinting at getting a bigger bed. Because we need even more space in our relationship? Because of something I said while sleep talking? Has my morning breath gotten worse? I have no idea.