Tamara's uncle came by last night, shortly after the wind had settled down, finished with its snow dune making and driveway filling fury. He came by with a snowblower. I've never actually used one before last night, still haven''t to tell you the truth. He was nice enough to completely clear the entire driveway for me in 10 minutes, probably would have taken me months! ( anyone who has been to my house in the winter can attest to that!)
My teacher in 6th grade taught me not to use the word 'nice' when describing things in writing. What if something is nice? Am I supposed to conform and change my scribed vocabulary decisions to socially acceptable terminologies? It's a point I've pondered more times than not, and those quick at math will notice that is a lot of time (ray). Which brings me to my point! Who wrote the script for that subway commercial? oooo! This sandwich is GOooood. Oh.. its not nice. my bad. heh... Well good was like one of those.. 'unwriteable' words as well, the words that would get you an a- or god forbid, a b+. ( can you imagine carmen?)
The other thing I'm unsettled about today is the neglect we can find in the bed industry. I've expected the bed industry to pump a little more money, time and effort into advancing the technologies available to us. Options now, are pretty much, Foam, water or feathers.
We spend many years in our beds, almost as much time as I spend on pondering whether or not to write with nice, and still no significant jumps in bed technology.
I am looking for some sort of cocoon style rem server that biologically ( or perhaps just electronically) repairs/improves our bodies while we sleep. Why is that too much to ask for? We know of certain things that will help our skin/circulation or other parts of the body. We also know how to make nifty containers for pretty much anything. Why haven't we put the two together? All I can say to the Industry Leaders in Bed making is... Nice. Nice guys. Way to go and let us all down.