I’ve been feeling lazy lately. I’ve done what was absolutely necessary, such as water my plants and go to work, but other than that, I haven’t felt like doing anything except low energy activities like reading and playing on my computer. I haven’t even been doing much walking.
Worried that I was getting sick, I went to bed a little earlier last night, hoping it would help. And what a shock! I fell asleep almost immediately and didn’t wake up until 10:00 am. It is rare for me to sleep that long or that late, so rare that I can’t even remember when it was. Years ago, that’s for sure.
Anyway, I staggered out of bed, and that was the last staggering I’ve done for the past four hours. I woke up with so much energy that I’ve been charging around the house, turning the mattress, changing the sheets, doing laundry, cleaning the bathroom, dusting all surfaces, dry mopping and wet mopping the floors.
Wow! Where did all that energy come from? Apparently, whatever has been making me lethargic — exhaustion, barometric pressure changes, allergies, low grade infection, sadness over the state of the world or who knows what — has passed for now.
One thing I did not do yet was take a walk, but after my laundry dries, after I’ve folded it and put it away, and after I’ve relaxed with a cup of tea, I might go out for a bit. Unless my energy level crashes.
But for now, all is fine.
It’s too bad all life’s problems can’t be solved as easily — send everyone to bed to sleep off all the agitation and aggravation, the antagonism and acrimony that seems to be holding us all hostage.
Nothing is that easy, of course. It just feels as if it should be because everything feels easy for me today.
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