As we are in the throes of what appears to be a long haul - a little humor (albeit a bit macabre)...
Apparently, in addition to talking in my sleep on a nightly basis, I have taken up a new sleep-hobby.
Stealing pillows - violently yanking them right out from under The Husband's sleeping head, much to his utter dismay.
According to him, I thrash around a lot at night and sometimes knock one or more of my allotted three pillows to the floor. And when that happens, I flounder about in my sleep until I "find" a pillow and then SNATCH it out from under him.
If he tries desperately to hang onto his pillow, he swears I growl at him, "GIVE it to me!" And eventually he acquiesces for his own safety.
I must confess I collapse into uncontrollable giggles when he informs me, very much aggrieved, of my crime the next morning. He points out all of my nocturnal crimes the next morning, apparently thinking that will change my wayward behavior. Unfortunately for him, this has yet to work and, I'm pretty sure it never will at this point.
I must also confess, that while typing the previous paragraph I had to stifle my giggles.
What does that say about me as a person?
At any rate, as The Husband was driving today he heard a news item reporting that a local 57 year old women beat her husband with a bat, no reason for why she did this was mentioned. While relaying this information to me he added, that is very first thought upon hearing this horrific news was, "He just should have let her HAVE the pillows!!"