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Bring back the blanket forts !! :D - Monday 7th September

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extraterrestrialone

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Do you think I could just hide inside? Maybe disguised as a blanket or pillow? Or even a croissant... ??? Just to hide...
Definitely. They are suppose to calm us down after a rough day/week. I wanted to do this because my anxiety level is like 10/10 now. Was hoping that this place could help everyone to just take a break and relax. :)
 

Nick

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I can get down with a blanket fort, if there weren't so many bugs right now one outside would be nice. I actually have a small blanket fort in the kitchen for my cat. She gets really nervous and will start dashing about for a hiding place. I make sure she has a safe place in every room. In the kitchen I used a chair from the kitchen table to make her little fort.

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Sunspots

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Ah man, I could really do with a blanket fort today. Stressed, anxious and trying to function on four hours sleep isn't a great combination.

I think I'll just curl up on that beanbag in the corner and cover myself up in that fluffy blanket. If only there was someone walking around providing head massages...
 

MosesY

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This brings back memories. I was married for about 25 years to a very beautiful woman. I am a cabinetmaker and my in-laws neighbors had a large claro walnut tree cut down. I bought the logs and had them milled into lumber. I used that lumber to build a queen four poster canopy bed. The canopy was arched. It was simple in style but the wood was curly grained, beautiful, one of the most beautiful beds I have ever seen. It was not ornate but it was not overstated. My wife found some sheer blue satin material to put a canopy over it, open on the ends and the sides. I do not have a photo of it because the bedroom was too small to really photograph it. We made love under the canopy for about 20 years. Good memories.
 

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This brings back memories. I was married for about 25 years to a very beautiful woman. I am a cabinetmaker and my in-laws neighbors had a large claro walnut tree cut down. I bought the logs and had them milled into lumber. I used that lumber to build a queen four poster canopy bed. The canopy was arched. It was simple in style but the wood was curly grained, beautiful, one of the most beautiful beds I have ever seen. It was not ornate but it was not overstated. My wife found some sheer blue satin material to put a canopy over it, open on the ends and the sides. I do not have a photo of it because the bedroom was too small to really photograph it. We made love under the canopy for about 20 years. Good memories.
Aw, so sweet <3
 
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