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Then the earth moved

I have an embarrassing confession to make. I am incapable of sleeping in a bedroom if the wardrobe doors are open. I don’t know if it’s a leftover childhood fear of boogeymen hiding in the wardrobe or just a mild case of OCD. Whatever it is, I insist on closing all the wardrobe doors before I get into bed. It amuses and irritates Charlie in equal parts!

So you can imagine how shocked I was as I sat in bed feeding Little Woman shortly after 4am today when those very same wardrobe doors that I had carefully closed a few hours earlier started to vibrate! I actually rubbed my eyes to make sure I was seeing it right. And then as suddenly as the shaking started it stopped. I was left wondering if I had nodded off for a moment and dreamed the whole thing.

By the time the sun rose, I had forgotten all about it, until I read about the earthquake in Wales. Apparently it happened at around 4.15am. I guess an earthquake does make a lot more sense than boogeymen in the wardrobe!

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6 Responses to “Then the earth moved”

  1. Joanna says:

    It’s not that embarrassing (and good health & Safety practice)!! Amazing that your particular fear meant you actually noticed the earthquake.

  2. Had to comment as I am exactly the same about the wardrobe doors, they face our bed and if they are even slightly ajar I have to get up and close them. The room could be completely upside down but those doors (and the en suite one) have to be closed.

  3. Olga says:

    you are not alone at all, Lisa! I can’t stand open wardrobe doors. And still can’t understand how it doesn’t affect my husband… cannot he see it?

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