Let’s play.

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Yes, we’re still doing these.

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The easy answer is dust bunnies, but let’s actually take a look. I’ve been known to use the space under our bed for storage so there’s no telling what we’ll find.

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As of today, there are two things. A box of extra dishes….

Because #1 – you can never have too many dishes. And #2 – when the current pattern you’re using hits the sale rack, you stock up.

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The other item crammed under our bed is a turntable used to convert vinyl into MP3 files. The husband bought it for my birthday a while back because I have a massive album collection. He also bought me the iPod that holds 35,000 plus songs…. so I spent countless hours ( read days, weeks, months ) playing and converting the obscure music of my youth.

Moon Martin? Check!

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The Flying Burrito Bothers? Sure.

And man, did I love me some Del Fuegos.

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So fess up, what’s under your bed?

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43 thoughts on “Let’s play.”

  1. Ahh those questions. My scroll button has this keep on scrolling feature. It resists both cute and dumb and everything in between. So really there is something called the other side of the mattress ? Absolutely fascinating. I will have to look that up next time I am on the National Geographic web site. Unless I intentionally forget. However it is one of the 10,001 reasons I do not love FB. Oh look suggested for me !

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      1. Speaking of which please hold a tonic at ready. I am about to go in there to check on the latest daylily posts. Except there will be so much more un-posts and suggest for me stuff I hope I make it back out. Crash helmet, check, seat belt fastened, check, BS and WTF warning lights operational, check….

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  2. Dust bunnies, of course. Lost used Kleenexes. And a Rolling Muscle Massage Bar Thingie that supposedly when you roll it on your thighs or calves makes your muscles feel better, but I’ve yet to experience it. Hence, it stays under the bed.

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  3. …………….uh…………….*quick run!! before I have to remember your name and put it in this post!!*……………uh………….nobod…I mean nothing under my bed!!

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  4. Absolutely nothing, not even air. As a hippie I learned to love sleeping on a mattress on the floor. Age has required the mattress to be a little higher, so now we have the box spring on the floor and the mattress on top of that. I personally have never owned or used a bed, unless you count the waterbed frame that also sat on the floor. No “under the bed” for this old hippie, who know what gremlins would be living there if they had the chance.

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    1. My husband had a waterbed when I married him, many moons ago. I hated that thing but since it was still functional he wouldn’t part with it…. Until a cold winter’s night a year later when the heater died. We both woke up shivering and that was the end of liquid slumber.
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      1. My then wife and I woke up soaking wet. Normally cat claws could not get through the mattress skin, but one night a cat dropped his favourite treat and it went below the top level of the mattress. He dug and dug and dug until his claws burst through the skin, and with two bodies lying on it the water gushed out. The waterbed vanished the next day.

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  5. I remember an old movie or two in which the husband would look under the bed for a guy he took to be his wife’s lover…but of course, that wouldn’t pass censorship in those days — the would-be lover was actually Stan Laurel hiding from trouble caused by Oliver Hardy (it was funnier than it sounds).

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