This meme popped up on my friend’s Facebook page and I loved it so much I had to at least do a little writing using it. I wouldn’t eat in my bed, but I live in my bedroom right now. My SO and I have our computers crammed into this room because it’s the only room in the house that belongs to us. His work setup is in the Den. And we currently live with the Inlaws and my stepdaughter.
I would totally get under a weighted blanket and eat flaming hot Cheetos. Or as I told my friend, some spicy Singapore Noodles sound good too. Haha~!
Maybe I’m just getting old, but spicing things up in the bedroom just doesn’t really … my brain just has trouble computing that. Perhaps it’s because the mundane has swallowed my life? Pencil me in for spicy for next Thursday morning, when the kiddo is at school and we know that everyone else will be out of the house.
I’ll wear matching lingerie. You know it’s serious then.
Also, I’ve been curious to know. Weighted blankets? Yay or nay? They’re so expensive, for good reason, but I’ve never splurged to get one. Even the cheaper ones from Walmart seemed … out of my range or at least not of a quality I’d be willing to shell funds out for. I am the sort of person that has, and accepts, owl-decorated fabric gifts that eventually become “blankets”. Mostly meaning, that thin fabrics get folded over and the edges hemmed so it’s technically a blankie. Or even lazier, a piece of owl fleece is just used as-is. I’ve never gone all out to actually purchase an owl-themed bed set.
I typically end up kicking off blankets in the night. I’m either freezing to death or burning up. I’ve heard the hype of weighted blankets, but still lack first-hand knowledge. Give it to me straight, people. What are they like? Would you recommend one? And if so, where can I find one in a size owl?
Haha, sorry if this one came across as a strange post. I’ve really got the weight brain right now. I’ll see you next time. ❤