Sometimes I’m grossly lazy, grossly and abashedly lazy. I’ll let you decide what definition of grossly to understand that as. Maybe both.
Because of my embarrassment, I won’t go into too much detail about what my laziness looks like. Let’s just say it involves hours of television shows on Netflix, food and dishes strewn about the living room and intermittent naps.
But not today, folks. Today I am moving. I am contributing to society by being out in it, drinking coffee around other people, walking in the sunshine, wearing a cute dress, reading books (not just pretending to), and writing (for school and for myself).
But without my lazy days, I would not be able to have such productive and interactive days as today. In conclusion, I would like to publicly thank my lazy days and my parents for not scheduling every minute of my childhood, so that I may learn the importance of downtime and be better on my productive days.
What have you not done lately?
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