Maybe It's My Severe Sunburn Talking

This is episode s10e24(389) for Monday, June 19, 2017 and clocked in at 17 minutes, 38 seconds

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Where there will be talk about the beach (ooooo), my personal feelings (I hate you people), when legends become facts (by Mykl), constitutional law (a hobby), and more on this weeks episode.


This is the podcast AFTER I returned from vacation at the beach (and I mean ocean side, so the beach never leaves my site). Whenever I go to the beach I always thing I'm going to get all sorts of writing and creative planning done — but it never happens. Instead I just sit back, enjoy the beach, the sun, friends, more sun, relax, and eventually I stop giving a crap about anything.

It's a wonderful experience. You should try it.

But I, like most people, have trouble transition back into the working world after vacation. I need time to recover from my vacation. Basically I'd like to sleep about 3 days and then return to the office. 

The reason I'm saying all of this was that my previous episode was recorded at the beach just as I started vacation - Day 1. At that time I was young and ambitious and cared about the quality of work I gave to you.

But now, I'm extra crispy, tired, and just want to get this episode over with.

Sure I could have pre-record a show for this time, but that wouldn't be fair to you. This show is about the human experience, about being in the "now", this moment. And at this moment I'm sunburned, grumpy, and already tired of your crap … or my crap … I'm just tired.

But yet I keep on talking. This is because creativity doesn't come from being lazy. It comes from working hard, from taking the extra time to be creative. Sure I could skip a week for the show, but why? I'm not incapable … just lazy!

And I know all of you know what I'm talking about. We all get those times when it just seem like a nap would be the best thing. Actually, a nap is always the best thing to do. I thought I'd turn this into a learning experience and maybe try to teach something … Never give up, but there is always time for nap?

Maybe all of this is just my sever sunburn talking.

And that's just fine.

Bedroom view

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Special thanks this episode to Mykl’s @ Rhetoric of The Idle Mind