Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: In the Phantomof the Opera's lair beneath the Opera Garnier
Finally something I know about!!!!
With me, like my colour blindness, sleeping deeply is something I have inherited from my Dad. I grew up in the pacific with between 4-9 cyclones a year the strongest being a category 4 that we rode the cargo ship in on (no we werent boat people!!) and mum would be out of bed at the slightest gust where me a dad would refuse to get out of bed for anything less than a category 3. I speak 3 langueges (sp?) in my sleep (English, Tongan and a touch of chinese) and sleep walk if I have been doing something very energetic late at night i.e school musical where I wasnt in bed until past midnight and practically buzzing from adrenalin. Two nights of three that the musical ran I sleep walked, one involving where I thought I was preparing from the closing number, on stage with my mates and as part of it we all had to crouch down. Suddenly I realise there is a bed in the middle of the stage hence the fact that crouching down and not toppling over was very hard so I turn to my mate David and hiss that there is a bed in the middle of the stage and that it shouldnt be here, infact there isnt even a bed in the musical only to be told to go with it!! How the heck do you go with a bed when you've got to sing and dance?!!!?
The second night I actually got out of bed and found myself (or so I thought) alone in the town hall where we were doing the musical and it was pitch black so I sit down and think about what I'm going to do only to find that my wardrobe was on stage!! Again another prop that didnt belong!! I woke up when I tried to move it off stage before the directors came and got cranky.
But heres the thing. Unless I sleep walk I am not affected but only a bit worried coz my dad had a heart condition and slept so deeply he didnt wake up.........
P.S I want that sonic alarm clock that is sooooooo coooool!!
Last edited by Kiki; 01-20-2009 at 07:10 AM.