Aaron’s word of inspiration for this week is static.
Literally the only thing that I can think of when I see this word is static cling. Quite possibly because on Friday I did my laundry. I usually do my laundry on Friday nights. Once the gyms open up again, this will most likely be moved to Thursdays, but that doesn’t matter right now.
Since I was at my parent’s for the holidays and came home on a Monday, I did my laundry on a Tuesday last. And then had a week and a half of clothes to wash – but let’s be serious, from December 28-January 4th, I wore the same pair of sweatpants and just changed out the top and sweater and under things when needed. So taking that long between washes didn’t really matter. I only had one load of wash anyway.
EXCEPT that my warm pj’s were in there. Right now, I have two really warm pairs of pjs. I hate being hot when I sleep, and will keep the vent in my room closed in the winter to just bring the temperature down a little bit, but I also hate being cold. I know, it’s a hard line to straddle but I seem to be doing ok haha.
When I went to bed on Friday night, both of my warm pairs of pj pants were in the fresh laundry that had just been washed. And since it was -20 outside without the windchill and quite cold in my room even with the vent over my bed open, I decided I needed one of them. So of course, I took the one pair which is very staticy and slept in them. Which meant that the pant legs were bunching up and scrunching up and just being overall annoying.
It was not conducive to a good sleep.
And that’s all. Thank you for reading my baby rant about static. Enjoy the rest of your day 🙂
What comes to mind when you think about the word static? Let me know in the comments below, or take the plunge and write your own post!
Since I have had a few new followers lately, Sunday Scribblings is a weekly prompt given by Aaron over at The Confusing Middle. He posts the prompts on Wednesdays and you are free to upload your post whenever you have time, just link back to his prompt. He will then link your post in his Sunday post so others can see who has participated. It’s a great way to get a little extra idea for a post, and I highly recommend it. And if that’s not your thing, I also suggest just heading over to his blog and reading his amazing posts!