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|Mmmmmm... Posted on 09/09/2001.
Putting on pajamas fresh from the dryer... mmmmmm.
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I'm having a lot of fun picturing Peter's pyjamas. What must the pattern be? Little Jacob Nielsen faces? Tufte diagrams? Hello Kitty?
Actually, if they aren't that exciting, perhaps a trip to that great store near Noe & 24th is in order...
Posted by Dinah @ 09/10/2001 11:34 AM PST [link to this comment]
I don't know that Jakob pyjamas would be much fun...
"Why do these pyjamas have almost no decoration?"...
Dryer fresh clothes are indeed delightful. Going from a hot shower to a warm, freshly dryed towel is also fantastic.
(Now I feel like having a shower, darnit!)
Posted by Mathew @ 09/10/2001 03:41 PM PST [link to this comment]
yes, sir. warm pj's... cocoa by the fire... freshly baked bread... and warm, strong hugs.
the world needs more of all of these.
Posted by Jo @ 09/13/2001 02:46 PM PST [link to this comment]
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