Monday, December 6, 2010

Sleep Camp

Feeling tired?

Ever feel that naps are wasted on the young?

Wish every day was National Go-Back-to-Bed Day?

Or that you could just hibernate for the winter?

Are you at the point where the thought of a good night's rest sounds even better than a good night of sex?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then you need to attend Sleep Camp. That is, as soon as the spouse and I work out a few details and open it. But I'm pretty sure we have a can't-miss concept here. After all, who wouldn't want to learn how to get a better night's rest, especially if it meant taking a few days off from work in some beautiful locale where you didn't have to do anything but relax?

Think of Sleep Camp as a kind of a co-ed, exercise-or-not spa vacation, where the main (and only) goal was to sleep for at least eight hours a day. Where you would learn which mattress and pillow was right for you. And where instructors would hold classes with names like How to Grab 20 Winks, Nap Like a Nipper, How to Sleep Anywhere Anytime, and Learning to Sleep with a Snorer -- and would teach you easy exercises (for lack of a better word) and tricks that would help you get to sleep faster and have sweet dreams, when they weren't giving massages and waiting on you hand and foot.

Sounds like a dream to me.

But let me ask all of you, if such a camp existed, would you sign up?

(Of course now that I've revealed our brilliant idea someone is bound to steal it, but I'm too tired to care right now.)


Charlene said...

I'm NOT going to answer your question because I have this big commercial building I can't seem to rent for the right amount, and this is a wonderful idea. My question is if I start such an enterprise would YOU patronize the camp??

SMILE Naa. I'm joking. I'd go to camp once to learn all the tricks. Assuming I get the right results, I'd never have to go back again.

Martha K. said...

I would attend the camp on a regular basis whether or not I learned everything I needed to learn the first time. Of course, I'm saying this as a parent of a teenager and a, you should market to the parents of teens!

larissa said...

I'm volunteering
Call me Camp Evangelist
And Master Sleeper

smb said...

sleep is deffinately very important, I need to work on that :)