Mom said to tell you that though I command that she help me tell you of all my feats at her sleep's expense, I don't always get my way. Mom calls my knees elbows. But whatever she calls them, they are not allowed to stay in her ear for any longer than it takes for her to reach up and remove them.
I am allowed to lay my side and face next to hers when we go to bed. BUT, if she needs to turn, I'm afraid she does and I get displaced. I've tried to bribe her, but it doesn't work usually. I lay across her head and ooze down onto her forehead and face. That sleeping place I have just told you about--- the ol' head and face, is a no-go also after a few minutes. So I don't always get my way. Usually yes, but not always when it involves breathing and pressure on her neck. Hey...breathe through your skin! No need to disturb me for Pete sakes! My side or shoulder and head are OK next to her head. She'll fall asleep quickly with that because I purr so much and I'm so warm and exquisitely soft, she can't move.
I'm usually the boss, but I have to throw her a bone sometimes...ya know what I mean?