w is for?
my friend’s dogs on a friday night.
the vet said about one,
“she’s just not very athletic.”
“current position: tired from the human race.”
― deyth banger, Deep Legend
image credit: steve t, founding member of bambs
glenn frey the cat not the rocker
is really upset
about the ongoing stretch of excessive heat
and has decided
to vocally protest
i have a different style
and feel that silent protests
might be much more effective.
-richard l. ratliff
so here it is, the last day of march
and i just found out that march is national sleep month
had i known i would have fully celebrated
each and every day
like a long fiesta with long siestas
and i will do my best to make up for it today
who am i not to honor a holiday?
“there is a time for many words, and there is also a time for sleep.”
image credit: animalandnature.com
n is for napping in a nook
napping day is an unofficial holiday that falls on the monday after daylight savings time begins in the united states. the day was created as a way to compensate for the hour people lose because of the time change. this is one holiday that most people can get behind.
studies have shown that one or more short naps during the day can help increase productivity and alertness. it is believed that many successful people in history napped often such as: einstein, churchill, and napoleon.
…that a NASA study among pilots and astronauts found that short naps can increase performance by 34% and alertness by 54%?
“the replenishing thing that comes with a nap
– you end up with two mornings in a day.”
credits: timeanddate.com, pinterest