I went to be early Thursday night; for some reason I couldn't keep my eyes open after 9pm. I got in bed at 9:30 and read for 20 minutes, then turned out the light. All went well until 3:30 am, when I had to get up for the bathroom. One of my cats was out in the hallway, but she didn't move as I passed by her. I got back into bed without turning on the light, and as soon as I pulled the covers back up, my other cat jumped onto the bed. The little devil sneaked into the bedroom while was in the bathroom, and hid behind the bed until I was safely in it. I should have gotten up and tossed her out in the hallway again, but I didn't - and I lived to regret it.
Eclipse wants to sleep across my neck or chest and when I push her away, she keeps coming back until I am so ticked off I can't stand it. If all else fails, she tickles my nose with her whiskers until I put a hand on her to move her away (which she seems to like almost as much as if I was petting her.) I got so frustrated, but not enough to get out of bed again. Finally, she settled down beside my feet and slept there until my radio alarm went off at 6:40 am. I didn't stir until 7am, although not for lack of her trying to get me to pay some attention to her. As soon as the radio started, she was back up at my face, tickling me again.
If I have to get up tonight, I'll make sure she doesn't get into my room!
One of the posters I made to advertise about selling my business supplies has finally paid off. A woman is coming Saturday to see my containers! They are priced to sell, so I hope she is ready to buy. If not, I can attempt to sell them at a neighborhood yard sale, which we have set for September 25th. So far, we have five households participating in that yard sale, so we should get a lot of people coming by. I sure hope so. I have pledged to get my garage cleaned out enough so that I can park my car in it this winter - the first time in nearly 28 years!! It will be just my luck that I'll get to park in the garage and we will have no snow at all. LOL