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30 Days of Thankful 2014 Edition- Day 12

Thursday, November 13, 2014

I'll do Day 13 tonight (I hope)

Day 12- Feetie Pajamas

Yesterday and last night was one of those days that you just don't have enough hours in the day. In between house projects and running errands, and a quick "stop and smell the coffee" break, I was trying to squeeze in getting my laundry done. I really, really needed to wash clothes, but I REALLY REALLY needed to get my bedding washed. So, my day of laundry ended up being one of those "a load here" and "a load there" between all the rest of my activities. By the time it came to wash my quilt, which it DESPERATELY needed, it was already 10:30 at night! So, I jammed it in the wash anyway. And then transferred it to the dryer right before going to bed. I was too tired to change my sheets, which I hadn't gotten to washing either, and I certainly didn't want to put a clean [different] quilt or other blanket on dirty sheets. So, instead, I opted to just wear my polar fleece feetie pajamas to bed. I've been waking up cold in the night FINALLY, so it worked out pretty well. I also used my comfy robe as an additional blanket since it needs washing and I hadn't gotten to that yet either. I'm glad I had my big, warm, green, soft AWESOME feetie jammy-jams!


The first day I got them!
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  • RADOOGA
    A truly awesome set of pyjamas. x
    2341 days ago
  • GHK1962
    That is GREEN! But you've got a big smile on, so if it makes you happy then it's a win .
    2350 days ago
  • LUST4LIFE15
    Some very lucky pjs! lol I'm doing laundry too, in my robe and slippers.
    2351 days ago
  • ARUNNINGKAT
    Love it!

    Laundry really can be a huge project sometimes. emoticon
    2352 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/13/2014 12:31:33 PM
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