Talking in your sleep

Posted by Claudia Moser on 8:20 PM in , , ,
Talking in Your Sleep may refer to:

Somniloquy, the act of talking while asleep

Talking in Your Sleep (The Romantics song) - hit single by The Romantics in the US and Bucks Fizz in the UK

Talking in Your Sleep (Crystal Gayle song), first recorded by Marmalade

Talking in Your Sleep (album), by Lena Philipsson

But somehow none of the above attract me, so what to write?

And then I found these:

All from here

I hope you had a good laugh, I did for sure! Happy Monday!

P.S. This entry is dedicated to this weekly theme from BFF, Talking in your sleep.



Anonymous says:

Good evening Claudia, thank you for sharing those laughs. We certainly need to laugh on a Monday to lift our spirits, don't we? Hope you're having a good evening. Hugs

Ha, ha! Love all the cartoons :)

LOL --Claudia the post is a good one.

@Eva - well yes, if the week starts with a good laugh, it will be a good one right?
@Emma - happy then :)
@Tariq - thanks!


Love the cartoons! I have always liked Crystal Gayle. Beautiful voice.

Thanks for the laughs!

@Jo - :)
@Belle - she does have a wonderful voice!
@Michael - gladly!

Claudia...my son used to talk in his sleep all the time in high school. We never knew what he was saying as he was speaking in German. He is quite fluent in it but the only other member of our family that speaks German is my husband and its been years since he was using his college German with any regularity!

My daughter chats away quite happily in her sleep, it's fun to listen to :-)

I have always been a sleep talker.

The last cartoon reminded me of when I was still working at my job. Often, I dreamed that I was at work. I worked all night, then was very tired before my day even started. LOL

What a fun blog!

@Sush - that is very interesting indeed, why did he talk German?
@Sarah - I bet :)
@Desiree - honest? not me!
@Darlene - that could also refer to me as well!

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