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Beauty Sleep

There is nothing more relaxing than crawling in my bed and taking a long nap in the middle of the day. I am allergic to bed, okay? Yes, I fall asleep right away when I see my bed. So I guess it is an allergy. LOL

My bed is the most important thing in my house… errrrr… second most important thing in my house… [because my computer is the first] so I value it.

Normally, I'm already up at 4 in the morning because I need to be at work by quarter to six. So you could imagine how early I need to get up and prepare for work. And I don’t go to bed until 11 PM because I do other important things at night too [e.g. multi-tasking – translation: facebooking, blogging, chatting with friends, and watching TV]. But I am already off from work by 9 AM and will not be back till quarter to two for the second shift. So I have 5 hours to kill in between… and there is nothing more logical thing to do but to take my beauty sleep.

Beauty sleep was not that fun a few months ago. It was more comfortable only when I got myself some hypoallergenic mattress covers. Well, I am not really allergic to bed but bed mites. Who isn’t anyway? And guess who is having more sleeping time and feeling more comfortable in my bed now? Yes, Hubby is.


Tes said…
Oh, I would love to get me some hypoallergenic mattress, Ruthi girl! :) *hugs*
Ruthi said…
@Tes... yes we all need those kind of mattress. hugs back.

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