I sleep naked.
(Um, I couldn't think of any other way to start the post, so I just threw the whole nakedness thing out there, without any preamble or warning. Sorry.)
It's comfy and, unless it's the dead of winter, I actually find I'm warmer that way. Or, cooler, as the seasons change.
The funny thing is though, that some nights, the whole not having any clothes on thing causes my half-asleep brain some trouble.
See, occasionally, I wake up needing to use the little girl's room. But sometimes as I'm only half awake, I forget that I'm at home, in my locked apartment all by myself. There have been nights (like last night, hence the idea for this post) where I've woken up needing to pee and lain there trying to figure out what I can put on so no one will see me naked.
It's like my brain's still in a dream or thinks I'm at work or a get together or something and I've actually, a time or two, wakened up enough to pull pjs out of a drawer and put them on before realizing that there's no one around able to see me in my nuddy-pants.
Or maybe my brain doesn't want me to have a real-life version of that dream where you go to school naked.
Oh, brain, you're so silly.
I don't know, maybe this is only funny to me, but I just find it amusing to be able to almost watch my brain process what's real and what's not.
Am I the only one that does this? Or anything remotely like this?