He was two weeks learning to use his flippers; and all that while he floundered in and out of the water, and coughed and grunted and crawled up the beach and took catnaps
on the sand, and went back again, until at last he found that he truly belonged to the water.
As for catnaps
, this is an occupational hazard common among all who work in transportation industry such as railways, aviation, truckers, air traffic controllers and merchant navy.
At any rate, it looks like Didga and Boomer will keep enjoying a life of adventure-in between some catnaps
And despite possessing a penchant for regular catnaps
, the world's favourite moggie, whose Facebook page has 80,000 fans from around the world, has raised thousands of pounds for the charity which provides Lego sets to children in hospices More than PS2,600 was banked as long ago as August 12.
But when a mobster catnaps
his furry friend, Rell and Clarence are forced to impersonate a pair of assassins to get him back.
During the flight over the Arabian Sea, Piccard managed to take two brief catnaps
of 10 minutes each with the help of self-hypnosis, preparing himself for the longer, five-day, non-stop flights across the Pacific and Atlantic oceans to come.
Out go the daytime benders and lunchtime trysts with a variety of dark-haired mistresses; in come the passive-aggressive catnaps
, the games of solitaire, and last but certainly not least, the reading of novels.
The more rats are sleep-deprived, the more some of their neurons take catnaps
-- with consequent declines in task performance.
can be extremely valuable in keeping the employee alert overall and may, in the final analysis, be harmless to operations.
Other than that, he took catnaps
and ran the equivalent of three marathons each day.
He ate a dinner of scraps at a different house every night and spent his days enjoying catnaps
in the sun.
Even the shortest of catnaps
may be enough to improve performance in memory tests, say German scientists.