This is part two of a 5 part series. For part one, either scroll below or go to http://wp.me/p4FEKs-Q
2) It doesn’t matter where you lay your head, as long as you have a place to lay it.
Sleeping on an airmattress isn’t as bad as you think it is. Ok, well it is. Especially in the summer. I spent 6 weeks on one living in a gracious friend’s living room last summer, and I spent almost three weeks the same one in my new place. Although I’m a princess about sleep, and so much of the personal growth teachings these days are refocusing on sleep and rest, the honest thing is that like much of life, its only temporary. There is an end in sight. I might not have had the most restful for a fortnight, but I’ve endured it before, and I’ll endure it again. But like most uncomfortable situations, sleeping on an airmattress is not the most comfortable, but I’ll get through it. I’ll figure out a better option, and be better on the other side.
Also, bunk bed living isn’t just for studio apartments and children. I’m now the proud owner of a loft bed. Which I never thought I’d be. For the record, I have never been against having a loft bed, I just never pictured myself the owner of one. Thanks to my mom who helped me purchase it, and my friend Jeff who helped me masterfully build it from the worst instructions known to modern man, I have not only a place to sleep, but a place to keep all of my worldly belongings. I installed a bar underneath to hang the out of season clothes, I have plastic storage bins so I can rotate in and out of seasonal clothing. Things I own might still be in boxes, but I can get to them easily, and I don’t have to go to a storage space.
Always the Pollyanna, I’ll make good out of any living situation!
Tune in tomorrow for part 3!