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How Important Are Holiday Sheets?

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Gee, what got into me? I stayed up late shopping online for holiday bed linens again. And then, I didn’t buy a thing. It’s the same every year. I say to myself, “Oh, it’s silly to buy bed sheets just for the winter holidays,” but then the next year, I find myself looking around again, wondering what life with holiday sheets might feel like.

Here and here and here are nice patterns for cold winter nights. For kids, these and these are sweet. Of course, all flannel sheets are scrumptious; get the most expensive you can afford, otherwise, you’ll find flannel fuzz forever clogged in your clothes dryer.



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daria

posted November 8, 2006 at 5:36 pm


At the risk of being laughed off the screen…. I bought just such holiday sheets, from flying geese, to snowflakes to deer romping in the snow; you get the drift. That was ten years ago (yes, 10) and they are still running strong. They were moderately priced (LL Bean & Bloomingdales store label) and the quality, fit are performance are all great. Most of all, they’re warm and cuddly on a cold winter’s night. Plus, there’s something sweetly nostalgic about pulling them out again, year after year. We love em. :)



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brian

posted November 10, 2006 at 11:00 pm


wow u need therapy



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daria

posted November 13, 2006 at 11:30 pm


brian – Why do I need therapy?



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