Jul. 11th, 2008 @ 09:45 am
I have decided that the worst thing about having Sharif living with me is that five days a week, I have to get up and get ready for work while he's still in bed. It's much harder to get motivated to move when there's a comfy sleeping body next to you.
So I think we're doing well. And that's your co-habitation update!
I was in a pretty good mood yesterday because it was Thursday, and that meant it was almost Friday. Today, however, I don't think I'll be in a very good mood until the workday is actually over. This seems like a backwards sort of system.
I have no idea what I'll be doing this weekend, and I'm pretty thrilled about that. If I can get to some serious couch-sitting (and some desperately-needed cleaning), it will not be a weekend wasted.
tis so true. since I have basically moved out of my place and in with Adam (Central air is so nice!) and he has a MUCH shorter commute, it totally sucks to get up and leave the nice comfy bed.
I remember that feeling. Seamus worked various shifts when we were in Perth, and I always started at the same old 8.30am... sometimes he wouldn't start until 12.30 and this was particularly annoying in winter.
Alas, now, I have no reason to stay in bed.
Tales of Cohabitation make me go "Awwwww!"
I'm not sure which is worse, having to leave the comfy sleeping body, or being the body left in bed. Whenever my boyfriend has an early class, I lose the next hour of sleep because it's all cold and lonely. (And also because someone's a snooze button addict, but I digress.)
Both are better than getting up at the same time and fighting over the bathroom.
Hee. I definitely prefer to be the one left in bed- but I'll readily admit that I'm biased because that only ever happens on weekends, when I never have to work. I'd rather be drowsy in a half-empty bed (with the warming prospect of coffee and puppy in the near future) than in the office.
Good point about the bathroom, though. SO FAR we've managed to avoid that drama.
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