Sunday, September 13, 2009

l is for lazy

Human nature is above all things lazy.
Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) abolitionist and author

I plan to spend this lovely day lazing around getting in touch with my humanness


I'd write up something about the importance of being idle by oasis, but I'm too busy being lazy.



photo: gwen and rosie lazing. cats can teach us a thing or two about human nature. today, lakewood

7 comments:

Roy said...

Heh, heh! The subject of laziness and that video with the undertaker's and coffins reminded me of a Louis Jordan song, "Jack, You're Dead", about a guy who's so idle he's practically dead. The last lines especially crack me up:

If your friends gather round the bed
And look at you and say "Mm mm, don't he look natural?"
When that happens to you, daddy Jack, you're dead

Baino said...

Sunday's are meant to be like that. Enjoy!

Gary said...

Talk about glorious.

Coffee Messiah said...

We were just ruminating on when we spent more time with family and relatives and less time watching tv and shopping.

Maybe this crisis will envelop some that do not realize material things aren't the end all of living a life?

Alan Burnett said...

The way you are sweeping your way through the alphabet, idleness does not seem like one of your traits.

tony said...

I am by nature Lazy.I think the thing I like about Cats is they are Lazy too......but just dont care!

Ricky Shambles said...

Ironically, there's not enough that can be actively said about being lazy. Un-ironically, there's not enough said about being lazy. Great post!