My favourite place is on my narrow boat especially on a warm summers evening with the ducks swimming by and the sun going down. I am new to the hub just joined last week hoping to build up a following on here. I will be writing some hubs ready for next week hope to see you over at my place. May even write a hub about great places to fall asleep :-)
My favorite place to nap is outside, under the shade of an old oak tree. Ideally, in a soft hammock, gently swaying in the breeze.
In the hammock on the front terrace. There is always a breeze blowing around the corner enough to keep a person comfortable and the bugs away.
The sounds of birds and in the distance Brazilian music playing.
It doesn't matter to me. Both as a rough stock rider on the rodeo circuit and as a soldier in the Army, not to mention truck driving, I learned to take my zzz'z when and where I could get them.
Flopped on the bed, conked out in my desk chair, on the side of the road behind the wheel of a vehicle, it's all good.
In fact, I very nearly dozed off while typing this answer to your question.
In an airplane on the way to a new country after staying up all night getting ready for the journey.
Lately, I do love naps! If I fall asleep unintentionally, because I happen to be relaxing...then, I'm normally on the couch. If I purposely set out to take an afternoon snooze.....I like to curl up in my own comfy bed, in the familiar, relaxing environment of my bedroom.
The only other place I may have napped in the past, was my parent's home, where I grew up and lived for 20 years. It's rather difficult to "nap" in strange or unfamiliar places.....unless I'm completely exhausted!!
Where's YOUR favorite nap place, harmony??
I love to nap and can nap anywhere! My favorite place is on the couch with a warm fuzzy blanket and my cat sprawled next to me and no place to be. Good times!
The best place to take a nap is of course on the beach with the sun on your back and the waves crashing below you as your hammock allows the light Bahamas breeze float all around you.
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