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FOOTPRINTS BELONG IN THE SAND

If the bed is bad in a hotel, you know it's not permanent, but when it's your "new bed," and it's your new home....OMG! Our Style guy Billy Cole adjusts to life in St. Pete and finds the beachy life is sometimes not too beachy keen...


Yes, my friends. That is a dirty footprint on my pillow you're looking at!  Jeez!  One never knows what one will find when changing the sheets at a new, corporate housing apartment here in St. Pete, Florida.  I am now living in temporary residence until I find a more permanent space.  It's all fine and the place is kinda New York cool, circa 1995.  Industrial loft feel...not very beachy Florida, but it will do...

However, the first night I got into bed, I was dismayed to say the least!  First, they made the bed without cleaning the sheets!  OMG.  Stiff, starchy and right out of the factory.  I hope you all know that when buying new sheets, the first thing to do is wash them.  Duh!

I was so exhausted that I didn't bother...it was late and Mary was tired (Mary is a slang term for a gay if you don't know)...But lo and behold, I got a lovely rash on my face.  Cute.  First day!  And then there was the mattress: creaky, springy and basically uncomfortable.  So, after my first day at HSN (which was  a mix of Jim Jones "drink the Kool Aid," though really informative and fun), I came "home," and got to work on my new bed.  I am now writing this from my clean, freshly laundered, uncomfortable bed.

Not so bad...

Goodnight...

xo Billy