Beautiful Early Trucks
I am not sure if it is modern décor or not, I know it has been the practice for a long time. It seems we really do love cushions and pillows. I think I am one of the old people that grew up with one pillow and that is what I like. I also like a pillow that is about a no-pillow.
Not long ago we bought ‘me’ a pillow with ‘memory foam’ whatever the heck that is. It still does not remember I like it to be ‘thin’, and I ‘show and tell it’ every night. LOL
My girl likes several pillows, well maybe TWO. She likes to ‘sit up’ in bed. She sleep reads a lot. I just can’t see a need for more than one pillow. I know for a fact (from movies) that cowboys had only one pillow and it was their saddle…… so there.
Now our friend Paula, down below San Antonio is a cow girl. I am not sure if cow girls used their saddles or not.
Paula seldom hits the blogging trail anymore and I miss her. Sherry, our sons and I had the pleasure of meeting Paula once. She is a doll and drives a pickup truck.
She and Jean (Who also drove a Pickup) from Opp, would make a team, one tough pair of women. They are both older and tougher than I.
I have met such sweet ladies here on the net and off. My girl doesn’t care at all, she too enjoys your company. She follows behind me as I tour your blogs. We enjoy discussing your entries and lives. We learn from you who have lost a mate and the younger folk who are facing life.
(Maybe cowgirls do not need pillows!)
I miss bloggers who at present do not have the time to tell of life’s problems. They are too busy dealing with them. I think some still take time to lurk and read, but just do not have the energy or time to stop. I do happen to know some are dealing with ‘partners’ with that hated interloper, ‘Alzheimer’s.’ We think of you guys often and take time to send up a prayer in your behalf.
He probably IS the battery charge!