Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Thursday Again.

I have come to realize that life is quite repetitive. Every week we do the same things whether we want to or not. We eat, drink, and sleep everyday. We go shopping for groceries, get gas, do laundry and clean every week. I have now realized no mater where you live in the world or what you do for a living this is the stuff that is part of life, best to accept it and get use to it.
It is fun to imagine a life where nothing is repetitive and everyday you are doing something different but I have a feeling we as humans are not made to live that sort of life.

3 comments:

beeswax said...

Oh, you could live that life. It's called being "homeless", a new bridge to sleep under every night, no laundry, a new park bench to hang on in a different town each week.
Welcome to adulthood. That's why people try to get ahead and save and make a better life, so they can have a break and do something different. Accept it and enjoy it, even the mundane chores can be rewarding.
You just have to do those chores when you are in the mood for whichever one you are doing. Switch it up!

Anonymous said...

In my world, things are even more repetitive. Don't believe me? How about food. Monday is usually "eat lunch at home" day, then there's "Taco Tuesday", "Juan Pollo Wednesday", "Enchilada Thursday" and, of course, the most beloved of all: "Cheeseburger Friday". Oh, and let's not forget the same breakfast I make for myself at home every Sunday morning: bacon, three fried eggs "over easy", toast with butter and jam and two cups of weak coffee. How's that for repetitive.

Routine is not a bad thing and, like your mother said, it only makes the breaks from routine that much more special.

I'm off to Bakersfield for the California Hot Rod Reunion. I can't wait to smell the nitromethane fumes and hear and tell "war stories" about the golden years of drag racing.

Love ya'...

DAD

Anonymous said...

I was going to say that kind of life is called a 'holiday', sounds like what we did when we were in the USA... unfortunately though, you do have to come back to the rut, routine everyday life of 'adulthood'.

Take care,
Mel

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