Jammin’ In Jammies

Nothing beats a pair of men’s flannel bottoms and your favorite old t-shirt with a comfy hoodie thrown over (on the cold days).  Let’s face it: they don’t make women’s flannels as well as men’s and most of them have NO POCKETS!  What’s up with that?  I love my pants pockets and I expect them in my jammies too!

I think better in my PJs. I write better in my PJs. I compose music better in my PJs. I walk my dog around the neighborhood in my PJs.  I don’t mind my neighbors seeing me walk my dog in my PJs.  Truth is: if I could make enough money from my writing and not have to go stand in front of a class and lecture, I’d live the rest of my days in my PJs.

Is this because I’ve made it to 50?  I’m 51-years-young now and I just like life to be more comfortable and that begins with what I wear.  So, before the joy of cleaning and being the sous-chef in the run up of cooking and preparation for Thanksgiving (we’re having 12 natives and pilgrims over for a Thanksgiving feast), I think I’m going to jam in my jammies.  Time to pull out my little keyboard and microphone and get to work on a new song about PJs.  I’m going to write a little ditty about what I’m thankful for and begin with “I’m thankful for my PJs.”

Pajamas.  What a great word!  Jam time!

Happy (day-before) Thanksgiving!

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About dana415

Sound, words, and teaching are my passions and I am so lucky and grateful to also call them my life work. Check out Films On 45, UAudioU, Mavens of Media, and DanaJae33 -- all places I like to leave my mark.
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