Trying to find the bed

Since my plane went to Munich in order for me to change planes to go to Frankfurt to catch a train to go to Heidelberg (you figure it out, by the time I was on the train I was too wiped out to care) I got home several hours after George.

I had stayed up all night in spite of being given one of those nice emergency exit row seats.

Can you say too tired to be smart?

George was sound asleep when I arrived home; denying the whole thing of course. Thanks to the girls – the upstairs was still fantastic. Bothering the Mole a bit, he got back on the chore list I had left for him.

I am glad to be home. Unfortunately the problem with napping at all is that sleeping at night is then a bit more difficult. I am not sure that the answer is five row wool combs, but it is an alternative.

Combed Shetland makes a nice fine singles

Combed Shetland makes a nice fine singles

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2 Responses to Trying to find the bed

  1. Pat says:

    Indubitably. 🙂

  2. Alison says:

    Comb over here and say that! With your knitting in hand, of course.

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