I have never had what I am about to tell you happen to me before, so for me it is something new but not sure if it is related as I cannot find anything in my printed info or online. I was so tired last night and after a bit of an accident on my way home I just felt I needed to sleep. And sure enough when I hit the pillows my body must have just shut down. I sleep alone, no slur on my hubby of 25 years, but sometimes I am in so much pain he gets no sleep at all and this is unfair. But we are as much in love now as we were 25 years ago when we first met. I had an early start today and I was so glad to have slept for a good 9 hours, something I have not done in years even if I did not feel like I had been to sleep. But when I got up I looked for the papers I needed to prove my disability for my bus pass. I know before I put the light off I had put them into a carrier bag and then placed my glasses on top. I made sure my purse was in my pocket and checked I had tablets in my tray in my meds drawer. Then I went to bed. Where I had put the papers all I could see was a striped jumper complete with price tag, folded neatly. Underneath, my papers. I had no idea where this jumper had come from. I went to get my tablets and the trays were gone. So I just set off for my appointments. Then I went for the bus, went to my pocket for my purse, it was gone. I ended up walking home uphill and it took me 45 minutes. No one had been up to the bedroom while I was sleeping, and no one had seen my purse or my pill trays. Eventually we decided I must have been sleep folding in the night and that scared me. My purse was found in the bin and my tablets trays were found in the toilet roll cupboard in the bathroom. So either we have a ghost or I have had a very busy night moving things around and I have spent all day trying to recall it all. It is driving me mad. Anybody else behaved this way whilst asleep and if you do not think it is fibro related, any ideas why it happened? Sorry to burden you all xxxxx
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