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30 Days of Photos IV: Soft

Welcome to day 3 of 30 Days of Photographs IV.  Today’s theme is Soft. I was going to write about how ‘soft’ is the opposite of ‘hard’ and how 30 Days of Photographs is hard and how all I want is to go back to sleep in my soft bed and wake up when it’s all over. But I wont say any of that, so here’s a picture instead:

Soft enough to sleep on

Now head on over to Ziva‘s, link up, and see what everyone posted for today theme.

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  • I don’t think there is a better example of soft than something dealing with bedding. MMMMM…looks soft and comfy.

  • I WAS awake. Now I’m thinking I either need to call it a day at 9:30am or have another cup of coffee.

  • Well you’ve certainly got today’s pomp covered, Mike.

  • that picture is making me sleepy!!

  • Nothing softer and cosier when you wake up, wrapped in one of those.

  • Glad you didn’t feel compelled to say all that – LOL! Does look cozy!

  • Damn, that’s inviting. It’s giving me naughty ideas of middle-of-the-day naps.

  • mikewjattoomanymornings

    Down girl!

    I mean the comforter looks like down. I hope you and CheesyMike have a good time, even tho he probably smells like cheese on account of eating all that cheese.

  • mikewjattoomanymornings

    That is indeed soft-looking. As for your proposed discussion of soft vs. hard, I’m glad you didn’t. It’s a sensitive topic with me these days. Lots of stress, too much caffeine. I’m sure you understand.

  • mikewjattoomanymornings

    I love the expression, Let’s call it a day. I wonder where that comes from?

  • Soft and comfy. I want to pull it up over my head.

    I’m not importing any more pictures. I learned my lesson.

  • Ooooo looks like down. I could be very happy there right about now. (Really nice job on the photo too.)

  • Jackal

    So enticing!

  • Nice! Looks warm too.

  • What a sham! I mean, I think you are covering up. What I mean to say is, I think that’s a hard mattress.

  • I wanna sleep in YOUR bed! I mean use the soft comforter. YOU know what I mean! I’m looking down at my torn old bedspread and it is NOT soft!

  • MalisaHargrove

    I’ve never been more comforter-able than when I’m down-under.

  • It is. And the colder it gets, the harder it is to crawl out from under.

  • Well, if you must know, back in the 1830’s people used to say “call it a half day” when leaving the office early (which in those days was either a coal spewing factory or a ditch). The internet says that the first recorded use of “call it a day” was around 1919 and “call it a night” only started to appear in 1938. Almost 20 years later!

  • You mean “prompt”. Or if you did mean “pomp”, then maybe I should go get my top hat.

  • I’m ready to pass out in it right now.

  • And they’re very hard to extract oneself from.

  • Good thing, huh? 🙂

  • I always wash thoroughly, but it’s true, with the amount of cheese that I eat, there are sometimes…how can we say this…”remnants”.

    Ok, I need to sleep.

  • I can’t say that I do, but I think there are pills for that and I hear they’re very effective. Not like I’d know or anything. Just the word on the street.

  • It’s not a bad way to forget the outside world for awhile.

  • Thanks, I was aiming for a landscape effect, but it still came out looking like a duvet 😉

  • Agreed!

  • It is, and surprising cool in the summer.

  • You’d be right then. On all three counts.

  • Haha, yes I know what you mean. One needs soft bed things.

  • Comforters are magical things. Best invention of …well, whenever they were invented 🙂

  • Nice! Sweet dreams!

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah. Prompt and circumstance aside.

  • Excuse me. I was going to leave a comment, but I was too tired. Now, move over so I can take a nap.


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