In the morning, we lay sprawled out in her trundle bed, reflecting on how we envisioned our reunion.
Hitchcock even manages to trundle his way back to my office to see how I'm doing.
1540s (implied in trundle bed "low bed on small wheels"), possibly from Middle English trendle "wheel, suspended hoop" (early 14c.), from Old English trendel "ring, disk" (see trend). Also probably in part from Old French trondeler "to roll," which is of Germanic origin.