Well, it's Works-For-Me Wednesday over at Rocks In My Dryer, with a lot of participants already, I see. (I'm finally sitting down to this task during the lunch hour.)
My tip this week: I made four smaller quilts, roughly lap quilt size, for our double bed, instead of one large one. That way, my husband has two and I have two, and we can easily adjust how much 'extra covering' we have, without having to figure out how to pull a quilt over our shoulders or shove covers off without causing a hassle for the other person. Most of the year I use one quilt, just over my legs and feet. During the deep of winter, I add the quilt for my upper half. In warmer weather, I don't use either. My husband doesn't feel the cold the same way I do, and his side is often a quilt or two shy of mine. Works for us.
Freeman Essay #123: “On the Austrian Theory of the Trade Cycle, Part II” - (Don Boudreaux) TweetIn the April 2009 Freeman I continued my discussion of the Austrian theory of business cycles. My column is below the fold.
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