Self-isolation is tough on my ego. I currently have too much time to contemplate what I do or don’t do. I’m faced hourly with a list of ‘shoulds’ weighed against ‘coulds’. Actually, it’s more than hourly, it’s closer to every 10 minutes. The silverware drawer needs organizing. Yep, but I need to drag out my… Continue reading Laziness Raises It’s Ugly Head
Taxes have been filed, for most of us, and that means spring is really here and summer is on its way. I’ve always taken a deep breath after I’ve filed my tax return, relief flooding through my veins like a cold gulp of iced tea on a hot day. A burden has been lifted, or… Continue reading Ah, Back to Laziness
Friendly Fill-Ins comes to us from McGuffys Reader, and has 4 beginning thoughts one is to complete. And if you are a cat lover, I’d recommend you visit McGuffys for cute pictures and video snipets. Week 13: August 5, 2016 I am most proud of my happiness and my ability to laugh, primarily at myself.… Continue reading Friendly Fill-Ins–Week 13
Saw a sign the other day on the door of a business that had closed that read: Closed ‘til Business Improves. That is really funny, but also thought provoking. How will they know when business has gotten better if they aren’t there to notice a change? I relate that message to a lot of situations… Continue reading Closed ’til Business Improves
I was recently asked how I will be remembered, and I had to think about just what I will be leaving as a legacy. It was a depressing thought when I realized my main contribution will be a pristine kitchen left to the new home owners. Pristine because I have never used it. This was obviously… Continue reading I’ll Be Remembered Because…?
It is a sad day when one learns that one is lazy. I’m not certain if I have always been afflicted with this malady, or if it is something that has crept into my life with retirement. Whichever, I can attest to the fact that I am comfortable sitting in front of my computer, playing… Continue reading Who Said I Am Lazy?