Did I mention that we were away?
The Canmore Inns and Suites had pretty good beds. Not as good as our new one, but pretty good, nonetheless.
So, Tuesday night I'm in bed, starting to fall asleep
And all of a sudden the bed starts to shake.
There's a humming sound, and there's vibration...
It took until the second time before I decided I wasn't imagining it, and there was indeed a whole lot of shaking going on.
"The bed's shaking!?!"
He just looked at me and sort of shook his head, and gave me a slightly indulgent smile.
"No- really! It is. Come here. Feel it!"
Finally he sighed, got up from the love seat, and started toward the bed.
Of course the shaking immediately stopped.
"Well, it was shaking."
The moment he resumed his seat, it started again.
I enjoined him to come feel the bed several times; repeatedly asked if he didn't hear that humming noise; couldn't he hear the headboard sort of bumping against the wall?!
Finally he laughed and threw the T.V. remote at the bed, where it landed near the pillow beside me.
Only it wasn't the T.V. remote.
It was the bed remote.
And the yellow electrical cord that I had observed going into the outlet beside the standing lamp wasn't for a second light.
It was for the massage option.
I wonder if anyone else was assigned to a room with a vibrating bed...
I hope that's not a reflection on who they think we are!
And why didn't we notice this sooner...?