I am absolutely certain that it was a woman. Men seem to relish things like sleeping in the outdoors on the ground. In their clothes. Now that I think of it, I bet women invented beds, too. And three-hundred-count sheets. Don’t you think?
Could it be our Asian friends who came up with this wonderful attire? Some of their clothing looks very pajama-like. Geishas walk around in robes, don’t they? (Don’t think about those awkward shoes and bound feet…)
See these stylish Asian pajamas, to the right?
All I know is this: I have been working waaaaay too hard lately and waaaaay too many days. I am troubled by this, especially since I am just coming over hump-day today into what should be the home-stretch of the work week, and I already have scheduled an “emergency” settlement meeting on Sunday afternoon. Nope, can’t be avoided.
Why, I don’t even have time to write on this blog, as you can plainly see by how long it has been since I posted.
But, back to subject. I am so tired in the evenings that when I finally get home—even if it is before 6:30 p.m.--I’ve put in at least ten, maybe twelve hours. I go straight to the dressing closet, take off those tiring work clothes and uncomfortable shoes, and pull on some pajamas to pad around in the rest of the evening.
My country home has a wonderful back porch. It is just right for sitting out there in the warm spring weather with my cat, reading in my PJ’s, never fearing if anyone can see, although I doubt I would mind in any case
Our good friend Sandra has revealed to us that she sleeps in T shirts, and I know many who do. I occasionally grab one to top my pajama bottoms when the matching top is not readily apparent. My mother and V are sold on gowns. I’m not into them. They get wrapped up on my legs, and I don’t like running around the house in them. MIL seems to be a sensible pajama person.
No, I’m a pajama girl—I’m in a pair of light cotton knit lavender ones right this very second, which has inspired this post. They have a wonderful lightness and an exquisitely comfortable elastic waist band (very important). I am feeling very “ahhhhhhh.”
So, to whomever invented these special sleep relaxation clothes, my hat is off to you! (Along with my suit, and my heels, and my hose, and….)
Are you a PJ person or a gown person or a T-shirt person? Inquiring minds want to know. C
PS – And there are those of you who sleep au naturel….I don’t get it. Do you not know? Monsters can get you! Must wear pajamas…