So over the last week, my Wife was a bit under the weather…I slept in the spare room so she would have our comfortable bed to herself.
I am not sure how many of my readers have been a bachelor but part of the bachelor joys is being lazy when it comes to getting the sheets back on the bed after washing, being able to sleep perpendicular on the bed and just flop down however you want.
For those of you who are married, you are not familiar with these concepts because …well, you share the bed with your Wife or you allow your Husband to sleep in your bed. If it is a smaller double bed, you are close together and if one of you toss or turn a lot, good chance the other will wake up more….actually I just watched a “How I Met Your Mother” on Netflix where Lilly and Marshall had this very issue!
I think I just realized that bachelors are little kids! (at heart and that is why being a bachelor was such a big GREAT part of my life, but Honey, I am very happy to be married now and want to stay that way!)
My issue that night, I turned down the cover in the guest room. I put the top sheet (not the fitted one, think that was designed as a torture device for Renaissance house maids) on the bed and went to watch some TV. When I returned, “LOW AND BEHOLD, WHAT IS THIS?!?!”
“FEE FI FO FUM! WHAT FUR BALLS ARE IN MY BED?!?!”
And the whole night was not spent sleeping sideways, my Kitdies were more up in my business than normal!
More late night playing and clawing up the bottom of the bed and walking across me…yes, I will never be a bachelor again. Never to sleep cattywampus diagonal across the bed.
So how do I tie this into insurance you ask? Simple, make sure you have HealthInsurance so you or your spouse are both able to be more healthy so you do not get sent off to the spare room with the Katz!
October 1st is when people 65+ can start selecting their plan for 2015 and November 15th is when those under 65 can apply for assistance paying for HealthCare and select plans.
Please use a professional! I was just reminiscing with someone the other day about some of the wins and losses from this past year and I can assure you none of the losses were people I worked with but mainly people who tried to do it alone.