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Friday, September 3, 2010

Talking to People in My PJs

I don’t really wear PJs but I have substituted pajama pants and a night shirt for a bathrobe in the morning. They are quite comfortable; maybe too comfortable. I stay in them a little longer than I should. This means I end up having conversations with people in my PJs – neighbors, the UPS guys, mail carriers, and others. They don’t seem to mind but what are they going to say? You look like a dork? Only your children will tell you that and they don’t mention it because it doesn’t surprise them.

My sister-in-law, Jan, came to visit a few weekends ago. She’s a trooper. We went to IKEA and the Mall of America and I made her and Eunice stop in many stores looking for a seersucker nightshirt. We never found one but we did find a seersucker pajama top on sale that was very close. It’s very comfortable and I’ve been wearing it a lot.

I tend to wear my PJs more when I’m feeling well. When I’m fatigued I try to get cleaned up early and dress. Today I’m going to be in them for a while – feeling pretty normal – 6th and final cycle is coming up.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Very Interesting!
Thank You!