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Do you like a blanket year round?  What do you like for fall. I am still in two light blanket stage. 

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15 minutes ago, Airehead said:

Do you like a blanket year round?  What do you like for fall. I am still in two light blanket stage. 

That's about where I am. In full Winter I'll put something heavy on. WoScrapr liked the window open in the Winter. So I got used to that. I like some weight in the cold

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16 minutes ago, Airehead said:

Do you like a blanket year round?  What do you like for fall. I am still in two light blanket stage. 

Sometimes just sheet, sometimes nothing, and sometimes a blanket. 

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In the summer, just a top sheet.  I'm also at the two light blanket stage now, and will likely add a light fleecey blanket soon.

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I like a sheet year round, add a light blanket as it cools off, add another light blanket as it cools more, remove a light blanket and add an electric blanket as it cools more.

We are on the cusp of remove a light blanket and add electricity.

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I sleep EU style. No top sheet, just a bottom and a blanket. 

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When it is hot, no blanket.  When it is cold, a weighted blanket.  The only inbetween is putting the weighted blanket on my feet only when it gets chilly.

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29 minutes ago, Allen said:

I sleep EU style. No top sheet, just a bottom and a blanket. 

Me too it it drives Mr. Aire nuts. Must be a sheet. I kick it to his side. 

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Two light blankets and a golden retriever 

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29 minutes ago, maddmaxx said:

Top sheet, light blanket, light bed spread, light cat.  When it gets colder a heavy cat as well.

I regret that I have but one dog. No three dog night for me. I did have a few two dog nights but we got rid of the spare dog. 

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2 hours ago, Airehead said:

Do you like a blanket year round?  What do you like for fall. I am still in two light blanket stage. 

I always have a blanket and sheet on the bed, but generally only get under the blanket in late Fall and Winter.

I always keep a big beach towel and a heavy blanket near my TV room recliner for times when I feel various degrees of cold.

Right now, I'm turning the heat on when I feel chilly about every third morning and the furnace runs for few minutes to heat to 73F, then the house stays warm until the next morning when it's 68F to 70F and I may or may not feel chilly.  Next month's gas and electric bill should be nice and low.

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I pulled up my thin bedspread/comforter maybe 2 weeks ago..Summer it is only cotton sheets...Soon..I will swap to flannel sheets..usually dont add another blankie..but if I get cold..I can

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Top sheet and a light quilt year round. Spring and fall is open window sleeping.

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I have to have one while I sleep.  I need to spoon something and there is no way in hell I'm spooning Ylva.

Mudkipz

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A little of everything.  Sometimes a sheet, electric blanket and blanket.  If I wake up soaked with sweat, somethings nothing.

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