The Bed Wherein I Sleep

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  1. Hal Pollner

    Hal Pollner Very Well-Known Member
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    This is my private bed in the Master Bedroom...a Queen-Size, which is plenty big enough for me!
    My wife has a Full-Size bed in her bedroom.

    My bedding is configured as follows:

    From the bottom:

    Fitted Sheet
    Top Sheet
    Blanket
    Lower Comforter
    Blanket
    Top Comforter
    "MY" Pillow

    When I nap, I sleep atop the whole stack, but otherwise under the Top Comforter.
    Harry
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    That's a nice bedroom, very much a man's room I think....
     
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  3. Hal Pollner

    Hal Pollner Very Well-Known Member
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    That's how it's been for 12 years or more!

    Harry
     
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    Lolol....smh :)
     
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    @Hal Pollner

    WTH are you tryin' to say here, that you sleep best alone?
    Frank
     
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    Do you live in an earthquake zone?

     
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    I have seen those advertised, but they don't work for claustrophobics, and my wife is in that group. I have never seen one advertised that had room for two people, either, if you sleep with a partner. There is water and supplies, but I don't know what the toilet facilities are. There is an "earthquake room here that is run by the emergency prep folks that allows you to feel what a 7, 8, or 9 earthquake feels like. Most people don't realize how violent it is. Imagine what it is like to be shaken inside that box. True, it will protect you from falling debris.
     
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    I'm not TRYING to say anything, Frank, because it's much better for both of us sleeping seperately in different bedrooms, because I toss & turn,"beating her up" and interfering with HER sleep,and she snores, which interferes with MY sleep, so for 12 years or more we've been sleeping in seperate bedrooms, which works out just fine!

    However, we do use my bed for "recreational" needs, whenever they "arise"...:rolleyes:
     
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  9. Hal Pollner

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    No Nancy, I live on the stable Continental Plate side of the San Andreas Fault, while the rest of California is on the jittery Pacific Plate side.

    Thus, when the San Andreas Fault rumbles and there is a Tectonic Shift, we'll be OK, but the land area on the seaward side will snap off like a soda cracker and sink into the Pacific Ocean.

    Then we in the High Desert will have a nice Ocean View from 3000 feet elevation!

    Hal
     
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