Thursday, October 27, 2005


It's quite chilly here at night now. We woke to frost this morning, and it was still only 38 degrees Fahrenheit when I drove the oldest to school. I put the flannel sheets on the beds yesterday. I love climbing into a flannel-sheeted bed on a cold night. It's even better when there's an affectionate wee one (or two) and a thick-coated dog (or two) in said bed.

1. To settle snugly and comfortably..
2. To lie in a sheltered position.
3. To draw or press close, as in affection; snuggle.
4. Archaic. To nest.
"nestle." The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. Houghton Mifflin Company, 2004. 27 Oct. 2005.