Things got a little meta there at the end, eh?
Everything is wonderful; being here is heavenly.
Living in the same old rut is not what gives life its flavor. It is the struggle to dig new ruts, in new and interesting locales.
I only say “so true” when I agree with someone I see on the Internet.
Don’t eat in front of the computer unless there’s no one else in the house. Even then, email someone & go out or have them over if you can!
I can’t browse the internet without visiting catandgirl.com.
“If you don’t like what you’re doing, you can always pick up your needle and move to a different groove.”
OH GOD IT’S ALL TRUE.
STOP SPYING ON ME!!!
Like Groucho said: Getting older is no problem. You just have to live long enough.
i can only teach with the door closed. i can only parent with the teevee off. other than that, i’m good. i think.
like a monkey with a minotaur cymbol
now thats a lot of pacing…
i only poop at home.
I’m able to introduce slight changes to my life occasionally. For example, I am now capable of disobeying the instructions of a Lego set and introducing minor variations. This was something anathema to me a year ago.
This is why I’m going to be dropping everything to go travel for about a year in a few months.
David thompson”s comment reminded me of a monopoly set i used to have. The instructions actually said “these rules are not to be altered.” and that FREE PARKING gave you nothing. we were daredevils and had free parking give $500. thats stickin it to the man!
do the instructions still say “dont alter?”
/Do It!/ by Peter McWilliams offers the following factlet:
“In the heating and air conditioning trade, the point on the thermostat in which neither heating nor cooling must operate — around 72 degrees — is called ‘The Comfort Zone.’ It’s also known as ‘The Dead Zone.'”
Do you always do that when you’re in a rut?
And the moral of the story is… all your days are the same and alike, and then you die!