So it is a sunday and I find it difficult to do nothing by myself. Doing nothing in general is usually very satisfactory exspecially when done with others. However today, possibly because I am alone, it is the most bothersome thing I could ever encounter. I have many interests but my apathy keeps me from persuing any of them. I am not unhappy or any emothion other than blah. I guess I just want a feeling, any feeling would help. Any thoughts?
I know a good deal about nothing. And even more about nada.
And I also like my own company so have no trouble talking to myself. That said - not sure I've got anything that will boot your apathy up the ass
hey! love frogs, i always rescue baby frogs from the pool when they are dieing. thanks for the comment. i like to talk to myself as well but am very easily distractamicated. idk this hub thing is confusing though i need help!!
Declaring your love for frogs will get you far.
Read the FAQ stuff, use the search facility (lots of stuff on the site) check out the forums - plenty of people ask lots of different questions, and ask if you're unsure about anything.
And get writing and publishing too because that's how you will learn the quickest. Practice makes ... you better
You should be thankful you have the opportunity to do nothing. I remember when I could just power-lounge. I have a baby, now. 'Nuff said.
Yep, and I am thrilled to have her. We have a great time, but "doing nothing" is out of the question.
I know I have kids myself but the decision was yours my friend, if ya had have wanted to do nothing ya should have used a condom !
Obviously, my doing nothing days are long gone, but that doesn't mean that I wouldn't like to do nothing on occasion. I guess if doing nothing was so important to me, I could get my mom to watch the baby for a day, or two. It is really not that serious, I was just making an observation. Come on, BC, don't question my love for my child. That is a "no joke" zone.
Doing nothing has always been under rated. I work all week long to look forward to a weekend of nothing!
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