Sweet Nothings: Daytime Nap

13:00 Sweet Nothings Oct 02, 2018 16 comments 8970 1444

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I know it's the middle of the day...the perfect time for a nap! Come on, snuggle in with me, let's be lazy and indulgent and cozy!

this was recorded in the summer of 2017 for a previous series I did on my former Patreon page. So that’s why I mentioned the eclipse :p

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  • Matthew on 2018-10-03 23:22:44 (UTC)

    Thanks for this one Eve cause lately i have had a lot of bad sleeps caused by stress by having a physical job and of course social media as well, cause my favorite followers are all 6 hours behind me . but listening to this audio i manage to have a late afternoon early evening nap so lovely and cuddly (good sleep) . You really work wonders for me and thank you for opening the social media door much appreciated😊👍

    • A Eve on 2018-10-05 19:11:56 (UTC)

      Aww, you're very welcome, I'm so glad you're thriving on social media, it can be a wonderful experience meeting likeminded people from all over. 😘

  • SamuelXD on 2018-10-03 23:15:02 (UTC)

    I just woke up from a nap.... and I was good tired for once 😜

    • A Eve on 2018-10-05 19:11:17 (UTC)

      haha awesome! Glad to hear it xox

  • Quincy216 on 2018-10-03 04:24:02 (UTC)

    I know this is supposed to be a daytime nap, but it makes for a pretty fine goodnight snuggle too :-)

    I definitely know the difference between good and bad tired. And I've absolutely been bad tired more than a few times in any one week. Even though I'm working on changing that, I haven't yet evened the ratio. So it was nice to hear this. This felt like good tired. Giggles, shoulder massages, and the perfect yawny voice. Yeah I was all in.

    I so totally agree about the effect a solar eclipse has on people. They become fascinated about something bigger than/other than themselves. Even the people who sort of don't care, don't really bother the people that do. As far as watching it with mad scientist goggles, unless they've got rated IR & UV protection, I wouldn't suggest it. I watched it with a welding helmet on, lol. It was great!!

    Thanks for the cuddle. Much appreciated.

    • CharlieRomeoLima on 2018-10-03 21:07:02 (UTC)

      That's cool! I remember a high school lab experiment where we'd burn magnesium and we were told not to look directly at that intense white light. I imagine your visor can handle that.

      • Quincy216 on 2018-10-05 05:38:43 (UTC)

        I did the same experiments in school. Magnesium and water flashes. Very cool!

        You definitely don't want to look at those flashes with naked eyes. Retina/cornea flash burn is serious stuff. Like getting sunburn on your eyeball. I've done it. It sucks hard.

        Any decent shield or lens would be able to handle the light. But a good one will let you see into the flash with clarity and still keep you safe.

        • A Eve on 2018-10-05 19:10:49 (UTC)

          holy moly, eyeball sunburn! Was that when you were just learning, or was that a "god I'm such a dumbass" moment?

          • Quincy216 on 2018-10-06 06:33:03 (UTC)

            Minor cases of flash burn will usually heal in a few days. You'll see spots and your eyes will burn. But you'll get over it. Major cases can cause permanent damage. It happens to all most everybody at some point for one reason or another. We just try to protect against it. It's the reason why most welders never wear white shirts or loose fitting helmets. It can happen from light reflecting inside the helmet from underneath or behind.

            The back of the shop is next to a highway. So we must have looked crazy. 3 dudes chillin, staring at the sky in full face helmets. "All steampunk 'n junk" as you say lol.

            • A Eve on 2018-10-07 11:30:25 (UTC)

              Wow, I had no idea there was that much risk. I guess I assumed that if you're dealing with blowtorches and super heated metal and all that, that it would be like sealing yourself inside a Level 5 hazmat suit from the CDC or something. I'm glad you weren't permanently injured! And yes, that would have made a great picture! Take a selfie next time :P

      • A Eve on 2018-10-03 21:23:10 (UTC)

        Lucky you! I never got to do anything that cool in school. I think I got to record how fast ice melted while I swirled it around in a glass beaker. Niels Bohr eat your heart out!

    • A Eve on 2018-10-03 11:42:42 (UTC)

      You're very welcome - you seriously watched it in your welding helmet??? Was that safe? I assume so, based on what you said, but jeez louise!

      • Quincy216 on 2018-10-05 05:29:52 (UTC)

        Oh yeah it was safe. The lens is essentially intended to protect against the same rays as the sun. Even more so really because the light/heat source is usually less than a foot away from my face lol.

        I set the glass to stay dark, just in case, and sat in a chair watching the whole thing. Bosses were pretty cool about my nerdy pursuits.

        • A Eve on 2018-10-05 19:09:43 (UTC)

          I bet that was an awesome sight, you sitting there looking all steampunk 'n junk :P

  • CharlieRomeoLima on 2018-10-03 03:56:05 (UTC)

    This brings back memories of that solar eclipse of summer 2017, and those crescent shapes on the sidewalks. I love it when you talk about random fascinating trivia or scientific topics in these Sweet Nothings. After all, nobody ever said you can't mix a bit of learning with relaxation! 😊

    • A Eve on 2018-10-03 11:41:50 (UTC)

      Absolutely! I loved those crescent shaped photos you too, they were awesome!