A few months ago we decided that it was time to buy new mattresses. This is always a tricky item to buy as unless you lay on each mattress in the shop for an hour at a time you can never be sure that you have the right one.
Well we decided to take the bull by the hands and go for it and went to a reputable company asking for very firm mattresses.
The sales man recommended one and we took his word for it that it was firm and a good quality.
We paid £200 each for these mattresses and already they are sagging in the middle.
The shop we bought these from have since closed down after years and years of business and so unless we complain to the maufacturer we are stuck.
My eldest has had the same problem with a very expensive mattress that was supposed never to sag. Here the manufacturer has replaced it for him but the new one is going the same way and he has lost the will to battle any more.
Does anyone else suffer from a mattress that doesn't come up to standard?
Here's the new slave duty, I want my water freshly drawn and in a bowl says Rupert.
Just lately he will sit in the bathroon and wait until someone comes along to fill the bowl with fresh water and he will have his fill. Of course these willing slaves are complying with his wishes. lol
This time it was just as we were going out, but no matter, everything stops for the moggies.
Mmmmmmmmmmmm, that's nice.
Spot the cat...... can you see Polly sitting on the cold earth underneat the Rowan tree.
Why on earth they sit on cold surfaces when the hatch is open and they can come in is beyond my human thoughts.
Notice the lovely colour of the leaves on the Rowan. This is its first year and I am imagining what it is going to look like when it gets bigger, beautiful I'm sure.