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We could all use a little more rest and recovery right now, but getting enough sleep can be more challenging for some than others. If you count yourself in the sleep-challenged camp, it might be time to upgrade your bedroom to make it a sanctuary for sleep — starting with your comforter.
If sinking into an undisturbed slumber is just a dream to you, this ultra-soft comforter might be the sleeping solution you’ve been looking for. It’s designed to be light-weight, using down-alternative fill for cozy comfort year-round without triggering allergies.
And with nearly 2,700 five-star reviews, Amazon customers have a lot to say about this comforter.
“Love love love this comforter!” wrote one rave reviewer. “Every bed in my house already had a white one, the sofa had a black one for protection from the dogs and today I received the blue stripe for the master bedroom. They are so very soft and fluffy. Wash like a dream and, more importantly, dry quickly. I don’t use a duvet cover, but they wash so easily I don’t feel like I need one. I’ve used bleach on the white one and it comes out like new. Great price for a great product!!”
“It is so light yet so warm,” claimed a satisfied sleeper. “I never want to leave in the morning”
“I have three and [have] given them as gifts too!!” wrote one enthusastic shopper. “Lightweight but warm and cozy. They wash up nicely and stay fluffy. Excellent product for the price. I like it much better than some I paid more for!!
“This blanket is the best,” declared another excited customer. “I love it so much I want to buy ten more to last my whole life. Definitely worth every single penny.”
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Lightning bolts put on a strobe-like show in the sky over Fountain City, Wisconsin, on May 19.Timelapse footage captured by Jake Stehli shows frequent bolts flashing across the dark sky in Fountain City.Stehli wrote: “One hell of a #Lightning #crawler show in Fountain City.”The National Weather Service in LaCrosse issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning, which included the possibility of frequent lightning, in the area near Fountain City until 10 pm on May 19. Credit: Jake Stehli via Storyful
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