adventures in weekending: nap time

One visit to the parents, quite a few shopping stops, a birthday spent with a friend, a very late night (followed by an early morning wake-up call), and two large loads of laundry later, my body had had enough.

Sunday afternoon, after Bob made me a delicious savory French toast brunch, I snuggled under two quilts and closed my eyes. For a few moments, I thought the noise from a construction site a few houses away  would keep me awake. But eventually, as tired bodies do, I melted into the bed and dozed off.

When I woke up, the bedroom was lit with gentlest day light – it was the most luxurious moment of my weekend. Even more so than the French toast.

Catnaps…they really are exquisite, aren’t they?

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7 responses to “adventures in weekending: nap time”

  1. Monica says:

    i'm utterly envious that you are able to have them…. i'll live my naps vicariously through you.

  2. jillian m. says:

    Oh trust me, Monica, they are very far and few in between!

  3. colleen says:

    um yes they are the best. I take one pretty much every weekend. always the right choice.

  4. Ashley says:

    Naps were also my best friend this weekend, as I've been sick!

  5. sherri lynn says:

    Oh that nap sounds so divine. Last week at work was crazy, then We had a super busy weekend traveling, and I feel like I need a nap like that today. Glad you had a good weekend!

  6. Meghan @ Wishful Thinking says:

    Oh gosh Jillian, that sounds blissful! I can't remember the last time I relaxed long enough on the sofa on a Sunday to take a nap! Can you plan a nap (because I'm already trying to fit one in this weekend)!?

  7. Lena at A Crimson Kiss says:

    A catnap sounds like heaven–even now! Maybe I should just get to bed…

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