When a bed just makes you feel sick.

A couch makes you feel not so sick.

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40 thoughts on “Couch

  1. It’s funny how that works. 😀 😀 Hope you are feeling better!


  2. tric says:

    I’ve not gone to bed in years. The couch is always my ‘cure’. Are you sick?


  3. Mind Margins says:

    Hope you feel better soon, CB!


  4. bikebrown says:

    The couch is like a halfway house for sickness.


  5. niaaeryn says:

    Yup, and with soup too. 🙂 Hope you feel better soon, Colleen.


  6. Gibber says:

    Well if you sick bed or couch..I hope that you feel better soon.


  7. Kentucky Angel says:

    Feel better Colleen. This seems to be the season.


  8. Debra says:

    A couch is a necessity! I don’t see a bucket sitting close by! That can be risky. 🙂 Feel better, friend. ox


  9. Sorry you’re not well, I hope,you are better soon and yes the couch has some very soothing elements apparently. Rest up. x


  10. NotAPunkRocker says:

    Something about sick days on the couch, right?

    Hope you feel better soon!


  11. reocochran says:

    Oh no, Colleen! A few days later and hoping this has all passed by now. I hate being miserable or down for long. A couch seems more comfy and not as “sick-like.”


  12. duncanr says:

    hope you feel better soon

    (((((((( HUG ))))))))x


  13. Paul says:

    Get well Colleen. HUGS


  14. markbialczak says:

    I think I figured out why this is so, MBC. Because couches have arms and beds do not. 😉


  15. The Heretic says:

    This is going to sound silly, but you can pretty much guess where my care will go.

    When I was a kid and it would snow pretty heavily (back home in Colorado) I used to turn the couch around so the front would face the wall, drape a blanket over the top of the couch and wrap myself in about two or three blankets. I would fall asleep pretending I was in some kind of sci-fi sleep chamber. Yeah weird, but that was how my imagination worked at the time.


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