But I digress.
The first thing she said was, 'I'm really sorry for waking you up'. And it got me thinking. (There was quite a bit of thinking that went on in the two hours that it took me to get back to sleep).
My question is, how come sleep has so much respect? ( I may have answered this question in the previous sentence, but I'm ignoring myself).
But think about it, you never want to ring someone too late at night - in case they are sleeping. If someone has gone off for an afternoon kindy, you tip toe around the house, to make sure you don't wake them up. As a species we don't really like to wake up anything that's sleeping - except cats, cause that's entertainment.
Is it as basic as the time it can take to get to sleep, or is there some other reason that I'm spectacularly missing ?
Or, is it just time to put sleep in it's place?