Friday, March 15, 2013

Why I Can't Sell My King Size Bed

For a brief few days I toyed with the idea of downsizing to a queen size bed. Desperate for some decorating changes in my house, it seemed like a plan. five dogs slept with me at night, but we had plenty of room. So much room, in fact, that I knew we'd all fit in a smaller bed. My bedroom would look larger with a queen size bed. I could buy a headboard, and pitch the homemade one that had been in the room for as many years as I have - thirty. My thought pattern changed today. Bertha jumped up and made herself at home for an afternoon nap. Bertha sleeps in her crate, she is still the latest dog in training. Today she made great strides and joined the others. With a sixty-five pound bassett hound mix in the mix on the bed, I realized my king size bed was here to stay. What do you think?

Bertha realized I would let her stay on the bed, so she flopped down and took a big snooze.

1 comment:

  1. I know this is an old post, but I was so amused by your photo that I had to comment anyway. My husband and I shared our queen sized bed with a Newfoundland and a Golden Retriever. I mastered the art of sleeping while clinging to the edge of the mattress to keep from being shoved entirely out of the bed. We eventually caved and bought a king sized bed. I will never go back! Your pack is beautiful. :)