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post #41 of 48 Old 07-13-2012, 01:49 PM
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haha nice^^

I had a futon bed for awhile and it was amazering! But I had the same issues id wake up sore because theres not alot of cushion (plus my dad used to sleep on my bed after I went to basic when he worked graveyards) so he got the old mattress fro my twin sized bed and put ut underneath the futon matress and voila! It was sooo much better

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post #42 of 48 Old 07-13-2012, 02:27 PM
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Well Sky, you know the old saying: "If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bull****." Always worked for me.

As to sleeping. I have a waterbed and I love it, but I have been known to sleep in my recliner, in a lawn chair outside, a hammock in the barn, and yes, even a time or three on the bathroom floor.

Good luck with your numbers hon and good luck sleeping.
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post #43 of 48 Old 07-13-2012, 05:35 PM Thread Starter
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Well Sky, you know the old saying: "If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bull****." Always worked for me.

Good luck with your numbers hon and good luck sleeping.
Thank you! And LOL yep! Works for me

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post #44 of 48 Old 07-13-2012, 08:45 PM
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Not really! I can sleep anywhere...but I prefer a bed, and my bed is the best option, because I'm used to it.

I'm very picky about my blankets...my parents don't care if I make my bed, but I end up making mine almost every day anyways, just because if they aren't almost perfect I'll hop in and just get out and make it anyways! They have to be almost even on all sides, and all of them have to cover my feet. I like them to cover my shoulders, but if I have an arm out of the covers it's okay for them to not. I also always sleep with my heavy winter blanket, I'm used to the weight of it on me and sleeping without it irks me far too much.

Sometimes I'll wake up sweating in the middle of the night, take it off just enough for me to cool down, and then put it back on again. Lol.

I can't be cold. At all.

Your math completely baffles me to be honest. Most people in my grade were in Geometry Honors or at least Geometry...nope...I was in Algebra! And my grades stayed in the 80s all year...I'm the first to admit that I am completely math dumb! Thank God for calculators!
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Well, I guess I didn't always need my beddy-bye. When I was a kid and into adulthood, I camped horseback - a lot. I would often sleep on the ground in the open w/o difficulty. NOT now. Somewhere along the line it changed...I started thinking about what could crawl on me! A tent is now a must. I think it is some sort of age-release thing...the older you get the more you obsess on bugs, snakes and germs.

There is just as much horse sense as ever, but the horses have most of it.
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Well, I guess I didn't always need my beddy-bye. When I was a kid and into adulthood, I camped horseback - a lot. I would often sleep on the ground in the open w/o difficulty. NOT now. Somewhere along the line it changed...I started thinking about what could crawl on me! A tent is now a must. I think it is some sort of age-release thing...the older you get the more you obsess on bugs, snakes and germs.
The ground gets harder too.
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post #47 of 48 Old 07-14-2012, 11:50 PM
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I actually prefer a comfy couch to sleeping in my bed- it's like a big hug! I am happy to say that I've never unintentionally slept on the bathroom floor, though there was that one time after a few too many when I somehow fell out of the shower :) Good luck with the math problems!
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post #48 of 48 Old 07-18-2012, 06:09 AM Thread Starter
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I actually prefer a comfy couch to sleeping in my bed- it's like a big hug! I am happy to say that I've never unintentionally slept on the bathroom floor, though there was that one time after a few too many when I somehow fell out of the shower :) Good luck with the math problems!
Thank you!

I wanted to give a quick update... solved the math dilemma and submitted my math work. It ended up being 5 pages of typed out insanity. I better pass

Also I have been getting up at 6am and going to bed around 11pm without trouble. Working has really helped put my schedule into place.

The only downside is all the coffee my workmates drink... I'm silly and can't leave someone eating or drinking alone so I join them. Needless to say my bladder cannot keep up. Coffee in... 20 minutes...coffee out!

I have been sleeping in my bed however I put some towels down and took out the scratchy sheets so I'm comfortable and then covered my pillow with a sweater and snuggle up in the heated blanket my friend gave me. MUCH better!

Hope you're all well!
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