For only leaving the house maybe three times this week, I had a lot of pointless thoughts. Let’s get right into my weekly deep dive.
- I almost started reading. I mean, I didn’t, but I really thought about it. Before the stay at home order started, I went to the Library and got one book. I haven’t opened it, but I moved it from my desk, all the way over to my nightstand. Next week, I might start chapter one; however, a packet of gum and my TV remote sit on top of it now, so no promises.
- My hair is ridiculously long. I needed to get a hair cut about a month ago. Now with barbershops opening back up, you’d think I’d be rushing right over to get a trim. I really want to, but I have to play the waiting game. Not only will it be way too packed that first week to get in, and I don’t want a rushed cut, but from that point on, everyone will be on the same hair cut schedule. If I wait an extra two weeks, barbershops will be relatively empty, and every month after that, it will be less packed because most people will be going the week or two prior to me. Sometimes, you have to use your brain a little.
- The past two weeks I’ve started cutting my grandmas grass. I don’t have much to do, so the hour drive there and back is not an issue, but her lawnmower is. I cannot get this bad boy to start on the first try. Not only that, but I can’t get it to start on the tenth try. This lawnmower has quickly become my mortal enemy. Since I can’t watch sports, I don’t have athletes to hate, so my anger has shifted over to inanimate objects. What was maybe a 20-minute job has turned into something that takes an hour! If the mower doesn’t start up first try next week, you’ll be sure to hear about it from me.
That all I’ve got for you this week. Be on the lookout for next week’s deep dive.
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