Monday, January 26, 2009

really good bedding

For years I've been selling my customers really good bedding. Expensive made in America luxurious bedding. Of course I'm always singing the "you get what you pay for" song, but I recently had the chance to truly put my money where my mouth was.
Since I can remember, I've felt that if it is something that you use on a daily basis, it should be of the highest quality. I've always had expensive well made bedding, but even I have some limits as to what I will spend. I wouldn't pay more than $300 for sheets and no more than $600 for a signature a quilt or duvet. But after the holidays, I decided to treat myself. There was a set of 600 thread count Italian Sateen Bella Notte sheets that had been on the sales floor just calling my name. They had been staring at me for months, & oddly enough, this wasn't the year for $800 sheets to fly out the door.
So I took them home. And I love them. They are the softest most comfortable sheets I have ever slept on. They are the most delicate shade of dark cream, called fawn, and I can hardly get out of bed in the morning. I want to stay there for hours doing flat jumping jacks. They make me so happy. Can you say that about a retirement fund?


always sunny said...

no i can not. i cant even pretend to.

Sidney Ann said...

Flat jumping jacks? Sheet angels, my friend. Sheet angels. See how much more poetic that is?

Sweetest Petula said...

I could give a shit about Poetic. I do flat jumping jacks, not sheet angels.

Anne-Marie said...

My husband and I were just remarking how happy we were that we had invested in a some insanely high thread count sheets. They definitely make the bed feel like a cocoon (in a good way).

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