what weird things do you keep in bed with you?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Estro-Forum : One Thread
Alright, I confessed about my love-towel.
What weird things have been the woobies in your life? What strange things make you feel good just to be near them?
-- Jackie (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 27, 2000
I don't sleep with him any more (what with myself, George, and the kitty taking up the entire bed) but i used to always sleep with a stuffed dog named Bruce. I got him when i was three and loved him so much. I cuoldn't get to sleep at all without him.
I am in the process of packing to move on the 1st of July (side note: ask me how thrilled i am about *packing* and *moving. no, actually DON'T ask...) and in my catch-all dresser drawer, i found Bruce. I felt so overwhelmingly happy to see him that i felt all mushy and teary.
-- Sherry (email@example.com), June 27, 2000.
I have a stuffed dog too and even though I'm 24, I still cuddle him at night and take him on trips with me. It's silly, I know, but I honestly don't sleep well without him. I've had him since I was 8 and my mother claims that I'm holding on to him for spite because she originally didn't want to buy him for me.
-- Michelle (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 28, 2000.
I have Winston, the bear. Winston is a world traveler. He has photos from Moscow Russia, New Orleans, San Francisco, Japan.......He's been around. My husband is required to take Winston on his business trips, and then I use the photos to write short stories about Winston for my five grandchildren.....
The cats don't like Winston. We usually find the bear behind a sofa....
-- Planet Earth (email@example.com), June 29, 2000.
As a kid - up until the age of 14 or 15 - I couldn't sleep withput my poundpuppy 'Happy'
Now as a slightly older kid, I can't sleep without having the knitted blanket my mom made for me as my first house warming gift. It doesn't even have to be on me while I sleep, just as long as it's somewhere on the bed (even folded up in a corner). I don't seem to have a decent sleep without it!
-- Arthur (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 06, 2000.