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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Saga of the pillows

Goldilocks would have been proud.  It all started with my quest for the highest mountain my neck could climb.  I might as well have been sleeping rough in a cave that thing was so dense.  My first clue should have been the fact that Pillow Everest and I broke up and reconciled so often.  While we were on a break...I couldn't bear to be with another so went without.  (Punintentional). 

Then, I remembered something about anatomy and went ergonomic and memory foam.  Ahhh, sweet neck pillow, what times we had.  You didn't even get mad when your 12" eensy cousin and I even went on vacation together. 


R Palmer said...

Found a great blog all about neck pillows. Check out her choice for a post surgery procedure. Review to follow.

Yes, I know Im commenting on my own post.

prassanna said...

Great thoughts you got there, believe I may possibly try just some of it throughout my daily life.

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