|Ladies Wear from Civil War Era|
After lunch, I grabbed my Kindle for my daily read/nap and propped up in bed.
Coughing, sniffing and choking, I thought OH NO.. my perfume allergies kicked in and I thought how dumb can you be.. you know to sniff something new before you buy it...
Not thinking AGAIN, I yanked off the offensive sheets and put the extra set on. That night when I laid in bed, I said OH NO...
Bob says What Now?
I said "the reason these sheets are extra is I can't stand the feel of them, that is why I bought the new sheets"...
WHAT? he says... "I can't stand the way they feel on my skin, like laying on cardboard." he rolls over and is instantly asleep while I toss and turn.
|Ball gown and Day Dress|
The next morning when he said I can't believe you are still complaining about these sheets and I said Just consider me The Princess in The Princess and the Pea.. WHAT? he says
Would you know what I meant? CLICK HERE for the story by Hans Christian Anderson..
I went to Dollar General Sunday and and bought softener with no scent, came home and stripped that bed for the 3rd time to wash the sheets. Guess what? I went to buy Fabric Softener and came home with 7 items and left what I went for sitting on the counter.... Back to the store and you know the rest of the story.
The Civil war ladies would have thought me quite MAD... no washer, no dryer, no FABRIC softener... no car, no Dollar General 4 minutes away... plus I bet the sheets they slept on were like a board, if they even had sheets.