Lol. I had to shut my door last night so that I could get some peace and quiet. Two grumpy faces greeted me this morning lol They were not happy. Unlike your two. They seem very happy with themselves lol
As well as he slept in here with Jill practically on his legs, one would think he would leave the door open when he goes to bed, so they can join him.
Sleeping is a crowd participation event at your house, I see. Here we have one cat that seems to think of it as a team sport but she gets disqualified to compete as soon as the lights go out.
Yes, indeed, and I'm one who would rather sleep alone!
I think the doggies wish that camera would go away so they can get some sleep along with Daddy.
Jill no longer runs or hides when she sees the camera, but she is still uncomfortable when I have it out.
Oh, my word, that looks familiar... Except it's our cat. We have been talking about getting a small dog, and when my mother heard that, she shook her head, and said, "You realize you are going to need a larger bed...":)Cat
That's true, ha ha. When I am sleeping, Jack gradually works his way to the very center of the bed. He figures that's his spot.DH works nights and I was not surprised that he could sleep so hard in here with sunlight streaming in (and the grow light on) and the two dogs wiggling around.It's probably time for you to get a new bed anyway, huh? ;-)
Nice looking head board.Coffee is on
Nice bedhead. It's nice to have furry friends to curl up with.
Jill cuddles better than Jack, Ha Ha.
My husband has worked graves for years (shiftwork) and he sleeps ok, but I have room darkening shades and that keeps it pretty dark. Seems to help some, but sleeping during the day and staying up all night just isn't right. I don't know how he does it.
DH just started this fall and he he is having a very hard time adjusting. Me too, I hate it, can't wait until he works days again. This is just not natural!
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