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I love my bed

December 23rd, 2010 at 12:22 pm

Last night I was lying in bed ready to fall asleep and my mind was just drifting. I felt so comfortable and relaxed. I started thinking I love my bed. I was reminded of the hospital and how much trouble I had sleeping and the comparison just made me realize how much better it was to be home in my own bed. My bed is adjustable and is raised about 2 inches at the top. I have very soft, comfortable sheets. Next to me is my remote control for the ceiling fan/light so I can just reach over and adjust the temperature. My bed has a massage function when I want to use it. Just grateful for the little things like sleeping in my own bed, in my own house and enjoying every minute of it Smile

Mom and I were able to walk outside today so didn't need to endure Walmart. She finished her shopping yesterday and said that's it for the year. She ran out of time and will fill in with money where needed. I just wish both of my parents would slow down and realize that many, if not most, of the things they think are important for xmas are not what's important and mostly we all just want to be together that day. What the house looks like, what the presents are, how they are wrapped, what the menu is doesn't matter. But that's not likely to happen.

I finished reading my book Mountain Massacre by Jason Manning. Western - ok.

7 Responses to “I love my bed”

  1. Ima saver Says:

    I am curious. what kind of mattress do you have? My bed is very uncomfortable. I need a new one!

  2. retire@50 Says:

    I got it from the Denver Mattress Company 9 years ago. It's their brand.

  3. HouseHopeful Says:

    I need a new mattress! I definitely want one that adjusts Smile

  4. patientsaver Says:

    i love my bed too...it's a foam mattress, but not nearly as expensive as temperpedic.

    i remember when they wheeled me out of surgery into my hospital room that once the morphine wore off, laying in that bed became excruciating but the nurses were skeptical and said, well you laid in it last night and didn't complain, so why now? Duh. I insisted i get a new one, altho it wasn't much better.

  5. Homebody Says:

    We stayed in a Hilton Hotel last night (and will again tonight and they had an air adjustable bed. I thought it was pretty comfey. I have a Chatham and Wells that is still pretty comfortable though, but DH doesn't like it that much. An air adjustable would be perfect since we could each have one side the way we wanted it. Also it was a king size bed (at the hotel) and we really liked that too!

  6. Single Guy Says:

    I have my Tempurpedic for 10 years now and still love it. Of course I got it at a large discount (basically it cost about the same as a standard bed) Smile. Other than it not wearing out, the best part is how it keeps you warm in the winter time, allowing me to keep the room a little colder than I normally would.

  7. terri77 Says:

    I love my bed, too. I spend way too much time in it!

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