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Old 11-14-2020, 11:24 PM   #31 (permalink)
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My room is still kind of used for storage.
My strategy is to put little tables on top of bigger tables.

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Old 11-16-2020, 03:10 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Apparently my bed is far more comfortable on a frame than on the floor. I moved the wood and tools, vacuumed, and put my mattress on the floor.

That is how I woke with a backache! ��

I lost track of time and I am going to be late for my make-up half an hour away.

Especially if I cannot find my keys! Why are they on the same ring anyway?!
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Old 11-18-2020, 01:31 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Each time that I built a platform bed I thought about how I would convert it into a loft bed, but I wonder how many problems I would have had with that.
Now that my dog is barely able to climb in a normal bed, I guess using the loft for storage would serve me better if I got a loft bed. Otherwise, how would I be able to sleep while the dog would be barking and growling until I take her to my bed?
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Loft beds are not for those with BPH and precessing gyros. The possibility of several mishaps a night are daunting
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Old 11-20-2020, 06:47 PM   #35 (permalink)
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BPH and precessing gyros
What is that?
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Benign prostrate hyperplasia and a tendency to be very clumsy due to nerve damage. Or a better and possibly more vulgar explanation: pee a lot, and fall off things, both not conducive to sleeping in an elevated bed
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Hazard Alert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Last Thursday morning, at 5:40 AM I was doing chin-ups at a gym, in a vivid REM sleep dream. I decided to move into an 'L' position, as in gymnastics, and immediately awoke to a dislodged and bloody nail on a big toe, after 'kicking' the inelastic, concrete ceiling above my sleeping loft. A rude way to waken.
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Doesn't sound like something that will heal easily. Ouchy!

I'd pictured you living in a light-filled dome, instead of a bunker.
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Professor! It seems like we haven't heard from you in a long time! Aside from this injury, how are you doing?

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Had to Google it to remember what is a tipi. Found pictures of houses built with modern materials resembling one. I guess it wouldn't be so bad at all, even though it doesn't make a much reasonable usage of the space as a house with a more conventional shape does.

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