…is not like the others!
Ha! Now you won’t be able to get that stupid song out of your head all day.
So, how is the arm thing going? Acceptably. Over time I’ve found that if I sleep as close to sitting up as possible, I have less pain and paralysis. The catch is – as anyone who has ever had a head cold can tell you – you can’t really sleep sitting up. Perhaps if we could do as the astronauts do and sleep velcroed to a wall, life might be easier.
Whoever says sleeping sitting up is hard has never met me!
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FANTASTIC DRAWINGS !!
Aw, thank you!
Great pictures! I am glad sleeping upright is helping! I hope the stretching is helping as well.
Sleeping upright helps my arms but is tough on my back. ☹️ Hopefully drawing angry cats will help with my sanity!
Since you don’t have a recliner, maybe you could get wedge pillow or a backrest pillow to help you stay more upright without hurting your back.
I have a “husband” pillow – the type with a back and arms – but I still slither when I sleep. 😆
You need a seat belt!
I hear that the MyPillow is very thick – em would that help?
If I could get past hearing Mike Lindell’s voice in my head every time I use it, maybe! 😝
Every time he says “myself” when he should say “I” I cringe
Oh my gosh, me too!! 😂😂
All along I thought you hung from the ceiling with your arms wrapped around you like a bat.
That’s not the first time someone has said that to me. 🦇 Maybe I should look into a Teeter Hang Up instead of a bed.