Apparently, I decided to eat some Nutella last night.
While sound asleep, I am told I went downstairs and got a spoonful of the chocolate hazelnut spread that my daughter had purchased. She even wrote on the lid, to be sure her brother would leave it alone.
"THE GIRL'S - DO NOT EAT!!!"
Unfortunately, I tend to ignore things like that while I'm snoozing.
According to the report, I went downstairs looking for something to eat. I opened the refrigerator, found nothing I wanted, then went on to the pantry. The Nutella was in sight, so I grabbed it and a spoon, got some, and put the jar back. I took the full spoon over to Hubster, who has never tasted the stuff, and asked him if he'd like to try it. He declined, but told me I then popped it in my pie-hole.
Here's the thing:
I don't LIKE Nutella.
It's like eating too-sweet, aching-tooth-sweet, chocolate icing. All I can taste is the SWEET part, and it's the kind of sweeeeet that makes you want to grimace as you're sucking it down.
So why on earth would I eat it while I was asleep???
The Ambien, it does strange things to me.
I am fortunate to have people around who can report these things after the fact. I am also fortunate to be able to provide entertainment for said people, and to be the brunt of most jokes at the dinner table.
But let me tell you, I SLEEP WELL!!!