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10 thoughts on “November 19.20: Coping

  1. Thank you for the words of wisdom and the chuckle. I agree that there are certain days that just require a nap. Stay well, and thank you to your feathered friends. 🙂

    • I will pass along your gratitude to the ducks. Bless them! They are so soothing to watch! Yes, there are some days that absolutely require a nap; I think sometimes the nap kicks in even before I get to the chair! May we endure, Judy!

  2. Even if I just hear a duck quack somewhere, I’m happier. Would love to duck-nap, but I, too, settle for the chair or futon. Lovely words and ducks!

    • Thank you! Yes, it’s too bad we just can’t tuck ourselves under our wings like the ducks, but, like you, I’ll settle for any place soft. Ducks are great, aren’t they?

  3. I’m going to post this on our bedstead. Bonus points to the ducks who can nap in the pond.

  4. I wonder if we would sleep better if we could rotate our heads like the ducks do and turn our backs into warm feather pillows? Perhaps not – if we could, it would be far too tempting to snooze.

    • I think we absolutely WOULD sleep better! Having a portable feather bed would be (I beg pardon) absolutely ducky! But, yes, too tempting.

  5. Taking your thought to mind, I had a nice nap this afternoon. I have noted my charming husband’s comment. Hum

    • Excellent! I will tell the ducks that their somniferousness is already working! (Spellcheck doesn’t like somniferousness. Too bad.)

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