Question:  What time do you usually go to sleep?

Answer:  Oh 10:30 ish, Sometimes 4:00

Question:  What time do you usually get up?

Answer:  What time is it now?


God of dreams and sleep – Morpheus

Morpheus has the ability to mimic any human form and to appear in dreams. His true semblance is that of a winged daemon, an imagery shared with many of his siblings. Robert Burton, in his 1621 Anatomy of Melancholy, refers to Classical depictions of Morpheus, saying “Philostaratus paints [Morpheus] in a white and black coat, with a horn and ivory box full of dreams, of the same colours, to signify good and bad”.  In myth, Morpheus was also said to send dreams through one of two gates, one of ivory, and the other of horn. Starting in the medieval period, the name Morpheus began to stand generally for the god of dreams or of sleep.  In Carl Michael Bellman‘s Fredman’s Epistle No. 72, “Glimmande nymf“, Morpheus is invoked as the god of sleep

source: Wikipedia

Aside:  The name of the opiate drug morphine is derived from the name of Morpheus.

“We are such stuff as dreams are made of, and our little life is rounded with a sleep”

“O sleep! O gentle sleep!
Nature’s soft nurse, how have I frighted thee…”

To sleep, perchance to dream