Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Sleepwalking (again)

As well documented on this blog, I am a sleepwalker. Just a few weeks ago I shared with you how I sent an email to someone in my sleep, just to tell him I was right and he was wrong.
A few days ago I turned on my Nook after a whole week of not using it, and there I found a little surprise.
Actually the first surprise was my bank account when I saw a HUGE sale to Barnes and Noble. That's when I rushed to my Nook. Yes, somehow in my sleep I managed to download such gems as Dracula (just not something I would normally download), Dawn of the Dreadfuls (definitely not something I would read), Lose Weight Without Dieting (have you met me? I love dieting!), Little Women (which I actually love, but I already own 2 copies), Awakened (there's something resembling a vampire on the cover), Wench (no comment), and a few others. Oh and the Wall Street Journal, which I might actually read since apparently I've subscribed to it.
So either someone with a vampire and zombie fetish who knows how to work a Nook had some fun at my expense (which is highly unlikely seeing as my Nook is always in my purse, which is always by my side), or the sleepwalking me as a very ironic taste in literature. 


  1. Oh heavens sweetie! Only you!

    Does insurance provide a ryder for sleepwalking damages and purchases? You should look into that!!

  2. Anonymous7:34 PM

    Or, maybe you were trying to find "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies", or "Sense and Sensibility and Sea-Monsters", but couldn't quite get there. (Yes, those are real books, and No, I haven't read them).

  3. Anonymous10:38 PM

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