Thursday night about 11:30pm I was out HARD and had been for about an hour.
At that time I faintly heard footsteps coming through the house.
I hit Jeremy and whispered, "did you hear those footsteps, someone is in the house, get your gun!".
He didn't respond.
I layed super still trying not to freak out.
After some time I thought maybe I was just hearing things and relaxed a smidge.
Then I heard more footsteps.
This time getting louder, coming through our dining room, down our litte hall and I saw a figure in the dark slip into the bathroom.
I hit Jeremy super hard this time, multiple times and told him someone was in the house, in our bathroom!
He didn't respond.
I shot straight up in bed and looked to his side of the bed and he was gone.
By now I am FREAKING out.
I was so confused.
I was thinking that the person in the house came and took Jeremy and the person in the bathroom was waiting for me.
My mind started racing, what should I do?!?!?! I thought about getting my shotgun out from under the bed, but was afraid that I would be too noisy loading it and the person in the bathroom might make it into our room before I got it loaded.
So instead I shot out of bed, ran into the hall and turned on all the lights.
I BANGED on the bathroom door and started yelling for Jeremy.
Well wouldn't you know that Jeremy openned the bathroom door just then.
I said, "what are you doing?!"
He said, "pee-in', what's the matter with you?"
I said, "didn't you hear those footsteps in the house?"
He told me he was in the kitchen and he thought it was weird that I didn't wake up when he got out of bed (I usually do).
I think I gave myself a heartattack Thursday night waking up so confused. It must have been the combination of my Chipotle burrito and starbucks I had at Life Group for our fun night that made me sleep so good and hard up until then. Mmmmmmm, Chipotle!
I hope to never have to encounter a real life situation like that. At least that situation has brought us lots of laughter over the last couple of days and I'm sure it won't be easily forgotten!
Not a lot to write. Spent Sunday listening to a "stop me in my tracks message" by pastor Dave, helping in the nursery and the afternoon with the Ekeland clan. It was a relaxing day to celebrate our Risen King!
Sweet little feet!
Playing hard with her little friends all morning in the nursery
Taking her turn to swing at the pinata at Grandma and Grandpa Ekeland's.