Home sweet home and Happy New Year everyone!
I know I am a little late with that message but I am just back from holiday and haven’t been near a computer for some time!
What I want to talk about today is how a simple thing like your comfortable bed can spoil you for life and that you don’t appreciate it until you leave and stay in a hotel, motel, caravan, tent, someone else’s home, holiday home….the list goes on.
I haven’t slept properly for weeks…..so please excuse the spelling mistakes and bad grammar! It’s incredible what a lack of sleep does to your body.
Home sweet home – I love my own bed
The reason I haven’t slept is because I have been away from home, visiting people around the country and site seeing the beautiful New Zealand. There is the obvious reason I haven’t slept, a foreign bed. I felt a bit like Goldilocks, this one is too hard, this one is too soft, but unfortunately the remaining was not just right, like the story says, it was too bouncy. Anyway, I would wake up stiff every morning, and tired, then there is the bathrooms, showers, toilets etc, especially when we shared ablutions at a camping ground. It is amazing how different from home these places can be, but I won’t go there as you would probably stop reading at what I would describe.
I’m a Bed Snob
I am starting to feel like a bed snob, if there is such a thing. I came back from holiday and crawled into my own bed – home sweet home – exhausted, and slept like Goldilocks. Lovely crisp cotton sheets, soft down pillows and duvet (comforter), wool mattress, slat bed. I think everyone should pay particular attention to their bed, after all we do spend so much time in them. But now I am afraid that I do suffer from bed snobbery. I just can’t be satisfied with anything else, I have ruined my holidays for the rest of my life. Perhaps if I can teach everyone else the importance of a well designed bed then it may just catch on, and I might find the odd good nights sleep when I am travelling.
You want to read more about types of sheets and types of pillows. I will be adding more ways to turn you into a bed snob too. I know you all want to experience the Goldilocks perfect bed story. Get started making your bed a wonderful place. Home sweet home.
2 thoughts on “Home Sweet Home and the Bed Snob!”
happy new year to you too.how was your holiday anyway?
lee you are right.now am away from home and feeling sick of here i miss my bed.the bed here are good but all my body is arching me.reason i guest same reason to what you have just said.
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