so. the other day i was having a conversation with my sister about life. she told me that i had no shame about being lazy, and it was kind of refreshing. okay maybe her word wasn't exactly "refreshing" but i caught this twinkle in her eye when she said it, and i know that's what she meant.
she is right. i used to complain about being lazy and not ever wanting to do anything. i would stress myself out. i would therefore try to do more things so i wouldn't feel lazy. which in turn just caused me more stress and anxiety. then one day all those feelings changed. i went skydiving.
i just don't think that i can really top that. if someone calls me up and is like,
"hey, let's go bowling next week."
i think in my head,
"umm.. bowling? i have been skydiving. why would i go bowling?"
don't get me wrong. i like bowling. i just don't like plans. i work better under spontaneous pressure. my friend lee LOVES to plan. therefore we have a spoken rule that she will plan bowling 2 weeks in advance, and "spring" it on me last minute while she is on her way to the alley. it works much better that way.
also. i have been skydiving. i feel like i have lived. i have done all there is to do. i just would be left unsatisfied with anything else. that's why it's so much easier to just be lazy. why would i want to do dishes, when i have been skydiving? see my logic?
someday, i will post the video from this life-changing event, and then maybe people will get off my back about being lazy. okay no one has actually been on my back about it. just me. but it's a freaking sweet video and you are all just going to love it.. stay tuned..