You ever wonder what you do when you’re asleep? My heart doctor asked me if I snored when I sleep. How the heck am I supposed to know that? He says to ask someone in the house if I do. I advised him that there is no one in the house but me and the cat. So I decided to set the phone on record to see if I did. I think it ran for at least 4 hours. All I heard was nothing, no coughing, snoring, no movement. It was really quiet. Not even the sound of me breathing. So what do we do when we’re sleeping? Dream. We probably turn this way and that. I know the cat comes and lies for a while until she thinks I’m asleep, then she jumps down and goes to her sleeping place. I don’t know why she thinks she needs to do that. She’s weird. what would I do if there were weird noises going on as I am recording? That would be interesting. Since there isn’t anyone but me and the cat in the house. I’ve live alone for a number of years so that would be a little alarming. Anyway I’m listening to a lot of nothing. Getting off the subject of sleeping and snoring; I was attending to my flower beds the other day and looked at my bedroom window. Low and behold there were two tiny lizards inside the window. How they got there, I have no idea. I couldn’t figure out how to get them out so I left them alone. That night I thought I felt something in the bed. I jumped up and looked but didn’t see anything. So I got back in the bed and fell asleep. The next night the same thing occurred. I jumped up and looked again. This time I decided I would sleep in the chair the rest of the night. I didn’t need any surprises like that. Hey, I just heard a big snort from the recording. Must’ve been turning over. I killed a snake a week before the lizards. He was under some mulch. I thought he’d gotten away as I had to come to the garage to get the hoe. It was dull, so I had to chop forever to kill it. Now that I think about it, I should have taken him to the bushes and deposited him there instead of killing him. Things are becoming environmentally endangered so much that I try to be conscious of what and how I react to things. I’m about 1 hour and 45 minutes into sleeping when all of a sudden here it comes. I’m snoring! There was about 10 minutes of some hard core snort. Wow! So what to do? I was diagnosed with sleep apnea years ago. About 4 years ago, the pulmonary doctor said I didn’t have it. I don’t know how he could make that determination without testing. Anyway I do snore. I don’t think it’s so severe that I would need a CPAP, Plus the cost of the study isn’t worth it. Needless to say this recording has been an interesting adventure. Turning over an moaning. It certainly provided me with some information I wouldn’t have gotten otherwise.