Failed a test and fell in love, all in one night
I am firmly in favor of denial. In fact, I recommend everybody stay in denial as long as possible. Willful ignorance is the land of bliss. But all good things must end. The end of my denial I blame on my daughter. Here's what happened. Her doctor ordered her to take a sleep apnea test.
"That's interesting," I said. "Tell me about it." I should have kept my mouth shut.
Dee Dee described her symptoms: things like waking several times a night, dreams of suffocation, waking up gasping for breath, breathing hard, heart pounding, thinking one had a good night's sleep yet being ti...