Whew! Working a a few Hubs the past several days as well as been busy here with other things. I do get particular about my hubs, sometimes too much and it causes more time to complete them.
Needed a "Break" so I came to the forums tonight.
Is there a Bartender out there? How about a nice drink to relax? lol
What do you do to get that needed "Break" before you finish your Hub?
a glass of wine sounds nice.
I usually go outside, take a walk, anything to give my mind something different to focus on. music is nice also.
I read once where our brain needs water at least once an hour when we're awake.
I need a break from the hub I plan to publish maybe tomorrow. Fresh Eyes to proof read it are better than when you just(think)you have finished.
I play in the forums. How's the tooth Michael?
I believe there was mention of a cooler full of beer in the tribe and it looks like there having a grand time relaxing over that way.
Hehe...not up to beer tonight. Got a little gastro troubles going on here thanks to McDonald's Big Mac earlier. Sorry TMI.
I don't do funny gas, they have to give me atavan to knock me loo, loo. Can't have novicaine with epi so I never fully get numb.
Well, dear I'm glad you are betters. I'm gonna go take something and see if I can sleep this off.
I am not much of a drinker my self unless it comes in a green bottle and is loaded with caffine. But I do like to be around when the country boys stat drinking.
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