Thursday, February 09, 2017

What a night to frazzle

I just couldn't sleep even with the fan blowing over me. It was toss and turn until I finally got up and put on the computer by the light of a small torch. I have a small fan by on the desk and a jug of cold water.  So begins the surfing and remembering Andrew's plaintive cry for a video to show how to fold a fitted sheet, I did find this.  The woman of the house would realize just by looking that this sheet has been ironed first, it's far too smooth to have come out of a dryer but it's a good demonstration.  Although I don't know why he isn't like the rest of us who crunch and fold and sit on the damn things until they're flat.

Coming up for the weekend is Wild Time in the skies.  We have a full moon called a snow moon in the northern hemisphere, an eclipse on top of that and a passing comet. So time for something crazy and I won't be dancing in the nude, mosquitoes are hungry down south.   Unfortunately we don't see the eclipse or the comet but we feel the effects.

Iceland is about to bust out in volcanic eruptions, four are rumbling and grumbling. This is a job for drones instead of planes, lose a drone, lose money, lose a plane and lose people.

4 comments:

River said...

I don't fold my fitted sheet. I take it off the line or out of the dryer and put it right back on the bed.

JahTeh said...

River, if I had only one sheet I'd be sleeping on the mattress half the time. I like to change the colour according to my mood and the cat hairs on the dark doonas.

Andrew said...

A picture tells a thousand words. It looks........time consuming. Like River, mine goes straight from the dryer back onto my bed.

Anne S said...

I'm like you Jah Teh I like to change the sheet colour, not necessarily by mood. Have been buying dark coloured sheets for years, because of cat Willy sleeping in the bed under the covers. White sheets showed his muddy footprints, so rather than be horrified and feel compelled to wash the sheets every day, the dark sheets allow one not to grieve as in what the eye doesn't see...

As for fitted sheets, who could be bothered with folding them neatly let alone ironing them.