Seven OClock All is Well

@Hatley (164485)
Garden Grove, California
December 6, 2015 9:15pm CST
I am trying so hard to keep cool about my rather odd roommate.But she refuses to stay in the room with me and just c omes up for potty stops.Last night I think she told me that she was very tired and wanted to go to bed early so okay? And I told her yes okay . She went to sleep about 7 pm so she kept waking up later in the night and seemed not to want to let me sleep.Being woke up to ask the time at 2 and 4 and 5 this morning was not conducive to me getting much sleep as I went to bed at nine thirty and did not fall asleep for several hours. I can only hope she goes to bed later so she will let me sleep too. I wish that we did have a clock in the room but being alone I had both my wrist watch and the clock on my computer which is on all day. I do not mind being asked the time during the day or the evening but not in the middle of the night
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7 responses
• Ecuador
7 Dec 15
I think you should spend some dollars on a wall clock. It will definitely send your roommate the message that you don't want to be asked the time, and hopefully she will also understand that she needs to respect your sleeping habits.
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@Elizaby (3981)
• Pensacola, Florida
7 Dec 15
A wall clock or even a bedside clock could be purchased at a dollar store quite cheap. Check it out if things continue as it is.
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@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
7 Dec 15
yes if she is not going to I will have to so I can sleep without her asking me a nd waking me up. I will get some money Tuesday so the n I can do a few things.
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@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
7 Dec 15
Yes I will just as soon as i get some money.
@Jessicalynnt (47880)
• Centralia, Missouri
7 Dec 15
I think I'd just mumble something about the cat needing to eat the cheese, or other nonesense each time she asked, or just to get her own clock!
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@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
7 Dec 15
good idea but at least last nigjht she did not wake me up asking what time is it?
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@celticeagle (119864)
• Boise, Idaho
7 Dec 15
She certainly is rude and inconsiderate. I hope they find her another roomie. A person needs their sleep. Perhaps I would be thinking about buying a clock for as a Christmas gift.
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@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
7 Dec 15
I m seriously thinking of a wall c lock or desk clock to keep the peace a nd lessen tension.,
@Platespinner (17062)
• Winston Salem, North Carolina
7 Dec 15
Sounds like she needs a clock or watch of her own.
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@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
7 Dec 15
yes I cannot f athom not having a time piece but she is sure different from most people here. takes time I g uess.
@jstory07 (69928)
• Roseburg, Oregon
7 Dec 15
You might have to ignore her in the middle of the night act like you are asleep.
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@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
7 Dec 15
I tried that and guess what she came around to the foot of my ed and jiggled my foot and asked "What ti me is it?"
@sallypup (28535)
• Moses Lake, Washington
7 Dec 15
So now you have another roommate- that would be hard to get used to. This brings my mind back to university dorm days. I wish you luck.
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@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
7 Dec 15
If she would pay attention when I tell her I co uld not hear her an just raise her voice we could get to know each other then. thanks I really need some l uck lol
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@Blondie2222 (22580)
• United States
8 Dec 15
She should get a small clock by her bed then she won't have to ask the time. I have a clock on my computer desk so when I wake up in the night i know the exact time .Sorry you did not get much sleep, I hope you can get a nap later