Monday, 24 October 2011
A conductive sleep-over
"Dancing beech trees" by Susie Mallett, 1980
How can one sleep conductively?
That is what someone asked me yesterday evening. It was a conductor, we were just wondering about things. I said conductive sleeping probably means reading with a torch under the bed covers, midnight feasts and snoring.
That just about sums it up doesn’t it?
We will see, after this weekend is over when our children have, on their own request, conductively slept-over for the first time.
There is a lot of excitement, suitcases are being packed, meals have been discussed and we are really looking forward to the great event.
I hope there will be at least a couple of hours of conductive-sleeping going on too.