It's been a very long time since I posted on YGS. I don't expect any comments but any are welcome.
Sunday 18th November. After an almost relaxing Sunday, cooking, cleaning, I called it a night about 9pm. I pretty much knocked of straight away, but I had a very restless night in that I kept waking up, twice due to thirst and a couple of times because I could hear someone walking around the plant pot in my bedroom, a gentle sort of shuffling. I actually put it down to tiredness; however every time I awoke it was to the sound of someone gently shuffling around the plant. Listening to this shuffling I think I eventually knocked of around 11:30pm.
I woke up again unsure of the time and my partner was closing the bedroom door. I am assuming my brother must have come around and so not to disturb me he closes the bedroom room. I was woken again and my partner was opening the bedroom, my brother had gone home. I sleep with my bedroom open. I remember my partner giving me a kiss and that's it I was asleep again. Now I don't sleep on my back as I went through a period where I suffered sleep paralysis. I know I was sleeping on my side. I was half asleep and half awake. In this half-awake / sleep state, I saw my partner come back into the bedroom, lift the duvet put it back on me covering my head as well, the next thing I saw / felt was who I thought was my partner was a dark silhouette of a man trying to kiss me with the tongue of a reptile (that is the only way I can describe it). Sleep Paralysis, you think you are shouting out normal words, but we all knows the cry for help is a muffled alien language which is what I was shouting. I was gently woken up by my partner, who patted me back to sleep. And might I add he took the mick out of me his morning.
I have not heard / felt / dreamt or suffered sleep paralysis in a very long time. Is's quite bizarre really. I have even been seeing things from the corner of my eyes. Dark shadows that quickly float past. Even the presence of someone in the bedroom has just started recently. Day or night I feel, see and hear.