Bunk Bed Theory

5 thoughts on “Bunk Bed Theory”

  1. I love this! I never got the bedroom setup I wanted as a kid either. (money was also tight in my home) And now, I kind of want a princess bed for my daughter AND you can by hell bet I’ll be sleeping in it from time to time and insisting on being called Cinderella for the evening 😂

    Sometimes we just have to do those kinda things 😉

    1. Of course neither of my children has shown the slightest interest in wanting bunk beds. Otherwise I would certainly live vicariously through them.

      You go get that princess bed for yourself (I mean, for your daughter)! How often does anyone get to be Cinderella after all?

      Thanks for the comment!

  2. Great writing. The story is nicely told. It flows naturally.
    I had a bunk bed as a kid. I slept on the top one. My sister had the bottom bunk. She used to lay on her back and, with her legs, push against the twin-sized box-spring-like mattress of the top bunk causing the top mattress to rise a few inches. We thought it was hilarious and fun, until one day that box-spring-like mattress fell on her. LOL!
    It was hysterical. She wasn’t hurt.
    Anyway, great post.
    Keep it up.
    God bless.

    1. Thank you very much. It’s funny that I went to a boarding school that had bunk beds and I always ended up on the bottom bunk for some reason. That’s a funny story about your sister. I wish mine had fallen like that! Thanks for stopping by!

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