It was nice here in the Pacific Northwest this weekend. It got up into the 60s and there were lots of people out without coats and washing their cars. I happen to have been one of them!
When the weather turns nice (and yes, in the NW 60s is nice) it is time to get out and work in the yard, getting ready for Spring. So, the weekend was a weekend to get off the couch and cast away the sluggish attitude to “get ‘r done!”
Well, I got her done. And I am paying for it this morning. All that activity made this old guy stiff and tired.
You know that feeling when your tired and you just want to stay in bed? Yeah, I got that this morning, but really the issue here today is that time that goes by in the blink of an eye.
Literally, as I was driving to work this morning, I think I could count the seconds go by with each blink of the eye. There was literally time in each blink to think, “It feels good to close my eyes. Wait, I’m driving, open back up.” Then the next blink comes, “Why did I get out of bed? Do I really have to do this?” The next blink, “It would be nice to just leave them closed. Why are they so heavy? Open, open, open…” And so on…It was a really long drive to work this morning.
Anyway, here’s to a slow-brained, slow-blinking kind of day…oh Monday…
I’m kind of a morning person, but you basically described my drive home. Sometimes I find myself wondering what happened to the last few miles of freeway.
Oh, yeah, for sure! I get these moments to AND from work. Maybe work is the common denominator here….
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