#FridayThoughts: Lazy

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It’s been a long month this week, and here we are, sidling up to Friday, and I’ve got to tell you, I’m feeling awfully lazy.

There is plenty to do but I want to do none of it. Seems, fair, right for getting through this week so far? What with the end of the world pending and all.

Probably not. But maybe. It sure feels like the start of a dystopian novel.

So I say we do what we need to do to feel better about all that’s happening, and if that means buying extra toilet paper, you buy it. We are in a kind of free-fall most of us haven’t experienced in our lifetimes, and the government is not trying to make it better or help us, that much is clear.

We will need to help ourselves. So wash your hands, don’t touch your face, avoid crowds, and take some time away from the news.

Have a good Friday and a great, lazy weekend.


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2 thoughts on “#FridayThoughts: Lazy

  1. debscarey

    It’s a tricky one. Normally I’m very live & let live, but I’m finding the current panic buying thing upsetting. Not for myself. Even though I’m recovering from surgery, I could drive & hobble about so I can get myself to multiple different outlets to get those items I genuinely need. But for the less able physically & those living on very limited financial means, stock-piling by other people is causing a significant problem. I was ticked off for being judgemental to those who “don’t know what to do” by a friend for making a similar statement :O One thing is certain, clear guidance and information that feels honest & trustworthy is lacking.

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    • That’s so very true. And you’re right, no one should stockpile to the point of scarcity, all it does is make things worse.

      It definitely makes me miss real leadership even more keenly than I have. I think under Pres. Obama, the global outbreak would have been largely avoided, as he’d set up worldwide systems trump took down.

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