I'm Back After A Long Nap -- What'd I Miss?
This is my good buddy Travis, who is famous for taking more naps per day than any other dog in Bangkok. He has not been diagnosed with canine narcolepsy, but more often than not you'll find him snoozing in the shadows on scorching Bangkok afternoons. It's just what he does.
For me, sleeping is kind of scary -- I guess it's that weird feeling of letting go that bothers me the most. Plus, I'm the kind of person who experiences life in gulps, instead of just sips, which means I don't like not being conscious.
That's why I have a lot of respect for Travis, he'll sleep for days on end, and when he wakes up, he doesn't seem particulaly interested in hearing about what he missed.