Inexplicable Behavior

Woke up this morning, looked at the clock at 4:30. I thought “Half hour” and rolled back over. Next thing I know, I’m in the bathroom, in my running shorts and shoes, and the thought occurs… “I don’t remember the alarm going off this morning”. I look at my watch and it’s 4:45.

I thought about going back to bed, but I had already put away my jammies and kinda made my half of the bed. (It’s hard to properly make a bed when there’s somebody still sleeping in it…)

So I just proceeded with my day, and here I am.

It’s not as cold this morning as it has been, which is nice. Lenny the pupster is going to be ok. He’s less and less scared-acting and has an infectuous happiness. This weekend he’s going to the training thing we postponed last weekend.

And all seems well. Have a happy humpday!

2 thoughts on “Inexplicable Behavior

  1. It’s been proven it’s better not to make the bed and let it air out during the day.

    “As some of us are aware (but try not to be), dust mites are everywhere, and feed on scales of human skin; they also produce allergens that can be inhaled during sleep. And approximately 1.5 million of them are hanging out with you every night when you go to sleep.

    When you return from running and screaming around your room, here’s the solution to get rid of them: Don’t make the bed!

    The bugs are happiest in a warm, moist environment (like one you’re in while you get your zzzzzs), and are more likely to die off when that environment changes (and you leave). Keeping the sheets wide open helps in their demise.

    As Dr. Stephen Pretlove told the BBC, “We know that mites can only survive by taking in water from the atmosphere using small glands on the outside of their body. Something as simple as leaving a bed unmade during the day can remove moisture from the sheets and mattress so the mites will dehydrate and eventually die.”

    From –

    I knew I was right all these years.

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