There’s Nothing Quite Like a Freshly Made Bed

Last weekend I decided to clean my room because:
a) I couldn’t find the floor
b) I really couldn’t find the floor
c) My scattered disowned clothes were preparing to knapsack themselves and hitch on out

So after I had folded the clean clothes that had been having a pile party in the washing basket and shoved them away,  I set about making my bed.

It was the full hog. Clean sheets tightly tucked in, crisp pillow cases, my favourite duvet cover – fresh and cosy and clean pjs. After casually, but carefully placing the cushions, plumping the pillows and nicely spreading the throw,  I stood back and admired my handiwork. It was admirable,  like straight out of a magazine and dive right in kind of amazing. And that’s exactly what I could’ve done, but I waited.

That night I peeled back the covers and slid into bed. My hair was freshly washed, my legs shaved and smooth as I slipped right into that pristine goodness.

Mmmmmmm….. It’s like when you come out of the cool ocean and wrap yourself with your fluffy beach towel or sip at a creamy hot chocolate on a cool winter’s day. It’s that moment right there that you fall in love with your bed just a couple more thread counts. It’s just… bliss.

About stuffnjsays

I'm NJ, and my life motto is to maintain happiness and be true to myself. I love to write, travel, laugh out loud, and be awesome! I believe in making my dreams come true, and using my life experiences to help other people. Check out what I'm up to, here: stuffnjsays.com
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3 Responses to There’s Nothing Quite Like a Freshly Made Bed

  1. jill Duncan Gozdowski says:

    I absolutely love your blog! You are such a talented author who is very inspiring! By the way took myself out on a date! AMAZING!

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