Jean, over here, was bemoaning the fact that she is a Slug. She has lists and goals and she is not motivated to meet those goals and feels like a Slug.
As for me--I am trying to perfect the art of Slothiness. I am working on a book entitled, "How To Become A Successful Sloth". Have you ever watched a Sloth? How slowly they move. How relaxed and peaceful they seem.
For instance--this morning my alarm went off at 9:30--I turned it off and rolled over for another hour. A Sloth would do that.
I played a few Face Book games and then ate my salad for lunch. A Sloth loves his greens.
I climbed into my recliner at noon, picked up my knitting and knitted for the next 90 minutes while I watched my Soap.
Then I switched channels and watched two hours of FOX News, then a two hour movie, while I crocheted and/or petted my cats.
I watched the local and national news from 6-7, switched channels to watch a basketball game, and knit some more and turned off the TV at 9:30.
As you can see--I am quite content to be a Sloth--I prefer that over being a Slug, as Sloths are furry and well..........Slugs are kind of slimy and gross.
I have NO goals for the rest of the days of my life.
I have no adventures planned, other than driving up to the Wal-Mart tomorrow to pick up a prescription and 4 gallons of water for my humidifier.
Of the four loads of laundry I started on Monday, two are done. One is in the dryer gathering wrinkles and one in the washer. It can wait until tomorrow.
I haven't been to the mail box in two days. I have a big enough mail box to hold at least 4 days worth of junk mail.
Life is calm, peaceful and relaxed and very Slothful.