The unmovable bed was moved and the headboard was mounted to the wall. It hasn’t fallen down yet so I’m thinking we’re good. That bed was sure a bugger to move though. Putting it back wasn’t nearly as hard. In this case pushing was much easier than pulling. I have come to the conclusion that after five years of renting this house and accumulating big, heavy furniture, we’re not moving. At least not without professional movers! Or a big yard sale where all purchases are final and moving trucks are required.
They’re actually quite relaxing. Earlier today we were just really excited. So much so that Heath wore holes in his socks dancing his happy jig. Now that the sun has gone down, the sheets are freshly washed, and the lights are on a calming blue, it is so relaxing in there. We just sink into our memory foam cloud and . . . . . zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Oh sorry! Fell asleep there for a second. What was I talking about?
Right, the headboard. Don’t you just love these buttons? They had my name all over them. And the fabric is a beautiful white suede (Scotchguarded within an inch of its life). So posh right? Do you hate me if I tell you it was $4 a yard? Score! My mom had given me a gift card to JoAnn’s for my happy birthday and I chose to spend it on materials for our new headboard. Thanks Mom! Also thanks to Dawn and Barry for inspiring us with the headboard idea by making their own. And I would like to thank the academy . . .
I took some video of the lights. It’s been a while since I’ve made a video and I have video of Heath saying, “This is so freaking awesome!” Plus video of the kids saying, “Dad, your armpits are sweaty!” So I will have to work on that. For now I better see what my blood sugar is doing and then go to bed. It is 9:00 after all. Don’t they say early to bed, late to rise, makes a woman enjoy the snot out of her beautiful boudoir?