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  1. thoroughly enjoyed reading all about life on long lane with Alfie and lacy knickers !!!!!
    If you need a dog sitter , call on me and Joe .
    Lots of love xxx

  2. See, you need to wear your knickers in case you do have to jump out the window and into your car. 🙂
    I’m the opposite of you. I can’t bear to wear undies when I sleep. I can’t stand anything around my waist/hips when I sleep. I can only wear nighties, never pajamas.
    I don’t care whether the door is open or closed. I usually leave it open unless the cat is bugging me or I have guests.
    I feel vulnerable if I am uncovered so even if it’s hot as Hades I will have at least a sheet pulled up over me.

  3. Sleep with the bedroom open – ludicrous! I can’t even sleep when a drawer is ajar and if there is an item of clothing peeking out of my wardrobe that must be tucked away too!
    I like the idea of leaving my car keys in my bedside table so I can leap out of the window to safety – not as brave as it sounds, my bedroom is on the ground floor!
    Victoria x

  4. I can’t possibly sleep with the door shut. I worry about intruders so much, that I feel like I am abandoning my children to who knows what may come in the night if I have the door shut and cannot hear all that may happen.

  5. Loved this! So cute….and TRUE! I’ve got so many silly bedtime rituals & things that make me feel safe, it’s crazy!

  6. I must hear any noises at night so my door remains open. I want to know when little feet go to the restroom or sleepwalk off to other pats.
    That little doggy would let you know if anyone were jiggling your front lock….waayy before that anyone were all the way to your bedroom door.
    My dog helps me feel safe.

  7. This was funny! You could invent breath-rite strips for dogs and become a millionaire 😉 And so true about the knickers and the safety they ensure.

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