This is something I've been thinking about: How easy is it to sleep in when staying at an RVpark?
Then Margie, (My Healthy Living Thru Weight Control), mentioned in her blog today that she and her husband, Bruce, set the alarm for 6:30 a.m. every day. They are full-timers. I work four days a week, and always set my alarm for those work mornings to make sure I am up on time. Just In Case. Since I've been doing this for so long now, I usually wake up before the alarm goes off. But on the other three days, unless I have to be somewhere early, I NEVER set it. I still usually wake up early, unless I'm really tired.
I was always a sleeper when I was young, I always hit the snooze button over and over, and got up at the last minute. As a teenager I slept in as long as I could on weekends, 10 or 11:00 a.m. Drove my mother crazy!
My grandmother was an early riser, one of those people who wake up and get up really early, like 5:00 a.m. - every day. No alarm. I always wished I could do that and now I can, kind of.
Speaking of clocks and time, this little YouTube video is funny - a tiny bit off color, but funny:
My plan when I am a full-timer is to get up when I wake up without having to set an alarm. I don't expect to be much of a sight-seer, I just want to park and live in different areas of different states. I've wondered, though, how easy it is to sleep in when one is parked in an RV park. The rigs seem to be very close together, and unless I'm boondocking or staying in a relatively empty park, wouldn't the normal noise of people getting up, going out, moving around, starting cars, etc. wake me up, and everyone trying to sleep in?
Might seem silly, but this is something I've been wondering about.
Speaking of silly, here's an April Fool's Day prank I read on-line. Don't try this at home:
"I set the alarm clock for one minute past midnight so it was April 1st. The alarm went off, my husband got up, shaved, showered and then came back to the bedroom to get dressed, checked the clock and, well, he didn’t talk to me for two weeks." LOL!
Even though I am a dog person, I have had cats in the past. When I lived in Pollock Pines, CA, I had two cats, Baxter, a grey tabby, and Brady, an orange tabby. They were the best cats, and I really miss them. These are two photos I have of them, and I thought you might enjoy seeing them.
Baxter's favorite place on the deck.