Saturday, 27 March 2010

That mattress

It really did come as quickly as promised. The postman brought this little parcel to the door,
and we opened it, revealing this little blue tubeOpening the tube, we found a very thin, tightly rolled, blue plastic sheet.
Here's the clever bit, the tube becomes the pump to inflate it (note to self: don't lose the tube)
And two minutes later we had this.

I think it's safe to say she likes it
and it has definitely meant no more tears when sleeping on her side. In fact, last night I was brave, rolled her onto her side at midnight, and we both slept through til 4. Bliss. I feel human again. New mattress? That or the combined prayers of just about everyone we know. Yesterday morning, as I was scaling Mount Everest trudging back from school concentrating on remembering to lift one foot up and put it down again before picking the next one up, I was overtaken by our Vicar, who commented that I looked tired. Do a Vicar's prayers count for more than the common people's perhaps?

Whatever the cause, I'll take it. Four hours straight plus catnaps either side; I feel human again. Thanks be to God.
Tia

6 comments:

Tina said...

goodness me and I slept from 12,30 til 5 didnt we do well!!!
So glad Mog is comfortble on her side. and WAHAY for ROSY.

Ashley said...

Yay for Mog's new mattress and more sleep for Mum! ROSY sounds great- wish we had a charity like that in Newfoundland

MOM2_4 said...

YAY!!! So glad the mattress arrived and helped you both get more sleep.

Elinor said...

Blummin' marvellous!

Doorless said...

So happy for you. What a clever idea for the mattress. Enjoy!

Lucia said...

Awesome. The mattress looks comfortable. I use a foam memory mattress and it does ok. e

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