2007/12/06

寝言

妻の寝言はかなりうけます。

先日は「ベンジャミンを冷蔵庫に入れて!」と叫びました。ベンジャミンは植木ですよね?

この前、あまりに寝言を言うので”もしやこれなら前世を呼び出せるかも!?”と思い、「あなたのお名前は?」と質問した所

「・・・ぽっ、、、ポリッシュです」と答えました。外国人かよ! ついでに出身地も聞いておこうと「何処でうまれたんですか?」と聞いた所「と、、、、と・ち・ぎ!」ですって。

何人だよ。

そして深夜二時をまわり先ほど

「それは八王子っていうんだよ」とまたまた寝言をいっています。

どんな夢を見ているのでしょうか?明日ポリッシュさんに聞いてみます。

1 件のコメント:

Wendy Nelson Tokunaga さんのコメント...

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Thanks and Domo Arigato!

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