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Yes, thank goodness we live in Britain without snakes and huge spiders etc. I really must comment about towel habits. Having grown up without central heating as a child I have a very strong aversion to cold, damp towels. So mine are always clean, dry and changed every day. Same goes for bed linen habits. Lots of my friends only change the sheets etc when they think they are really ready. Mine are changed every Sunday, so we get in clean beds ready for work/school etc on a Monday. On the rare occassions that we have a hot summer, then the sheets are changed twice a week. I have two sets for each bed - one on and one in the wash. Oh, and incidentally you might have guessed that I belong to the "let's put clean sheets on the bed before going on holiday". yes, nothing like getting into a clean bed, after all there is always a mountain of washing and ironing to come back with, why make it worse with having the laundry to do for the beds too! I must point out that I'm not obssessed with housework (even though it must seem like it). I have a pile of ironing awaiting and the sun is shining through the window and I can see some dust on my computer table! In my book some of life's luxuries are a hot bath, a clean bed with crisp cotton sheets, reading in bed on a Saturday morning with a cup of coffee and home made cakes!

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