Ty's smiling happy pillow
Uncle Miley was a quiet bachelor his entire life and when he’d come to visit he’d bring lemon drops and pencils for us kids. He wore stiff Levi’s rolled at the cuff, thick white socks and long sleeve shirts. He was a dairy farmer so he could only come visit every month or two and when he did he slept in my bed. He was kind, he was good, he was honest, but unless I could wash the sheets right after he left, I slept between the blankets and bedspread until I could.
One night, after Uncle Miley had gone home from his visit, mom walked by my bedroom and saw me sleeping in between the blankets and the bedspread. She looked at me, clucked her tongue and said, “You and your Uncle Miley. He won’t sleep between the sheets either.”
Here are a few clean sheet tips:
· Store extra sheet/pillowcase set within one of the pillowcases
· Store extra sheets /pillowcases in a storage container under the bed they go on
· Consider foregoing the top sheet on bunk beds/children’s beds and just using washable comforters. (When the boys were little they couldn’t make a decent bed to save them so I took off the top sheets and they could make a respectable bed with just a comforter to control. It’s funny to me that they can make military beds now. Ty recently sent the picture above saying he likes how his pillow smiles at him every morning.)
· Remember you may not be the only hotel guest sleeping on top of those covers.