“My idea of the perfect life would be if we just stayed in bed all the time. We could make love more or less continuously, and only get up to bring in supplies, you know, fresh water and fruit to prevent scurvy, and make occasional trip to the bathroom before diving back into the bed. And once in a while we would change the sheet. And go to the movies to prevent bedsores. And running. I would still have to run every morning.” – Henry DeTamble in The Time Traveller’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger.