Pillow Talk

Let’s talk pillows!

I have an obsession with them. I recently did two bedrooms in my home and they were both boys rooms. One is twenty and the other is eighteen. Do you really think they care about throw pillows? Let’s get real here! They are both in college and probably rarely see a pillow, let alone a throw one with a cute design on it!

I went upstairs today and counted the pillows on their beds. They both have 9! I feel very much like the commercial where they talk about you becoming your parents. I like that commercial. I actually watch commercials all the time and insist that we don;t fast forward through them when they come on. You have to understand that this is not from a love of the actual bs being sold to you, it is merely from a standpoint of being an actress who auditions for them.

I’m not sure what this obsession with pillows is about or where it came from, but I was in a store today and a woman in line told me she has hundreds of them too. I felt good about that. I certainly don’t have a hundred, but I do have too many, that I am sure.

If you have to move a pillow to sit down, you probably have too many. But they’re so cute! The meaning of a pillow is for resting the head, but what of pillows that just look beautiful and do nothing but make you feel spectacular? Make you like your space? Represent a part of you that you want to express?

Is it wrong to have so many pillows? In my house it seems to be the consensus. But I do live with all men. Men don’t seem to get pillows. Sure, you lie your head on one, but do they really understand the importance of the pillow you are giving 8 hours to?

Pillows represent your style, your passion. So if you look around your abode and notice your pillows, what do they say about you? I mean, if a pillow could really talk, what would it whisper about you?

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I’m a creative. This means I live in my head, my heart and follow inspiration whenever it is gifted to me. I love acting, modeling, writing and coming up with new ideas to help inspire others.

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