|It all started when I was younger (wearing |
my Munsters uniform and sitting too
close to the TV). I should have known it
would lead to no good.
Perhaps I was (am) addicted. Perhaps it was a good idea to cut the cord. I'm sure I will get more done now that I don't have a schedule to keep. Although I rarely admitted it or created a schedule around House or Bones (God, I miss them terribly...I hope they are well) I did make a mental note of the day and time..if there was a TV around, I would find myself sitting in front of it. In fact, I made the appointment for the cable guy to be after the last Office episode where Michael Scott leaves...(so sad...totally cried...I wish him all the best). Moreover, thank God I didn't miss the Royal Wedding!
I am certainly not saying you must cut your cable to get healthier. I am suggesting that no matter who you are, the chances are good you are addicted to something. What controls you? What do you need or what would you alter your schedule for? For some, it is their iPhone (not that I would know anything about that), for others it could be exercise, for others still it is shopping, Internet gambling, alcohol, smoking, and the like. No matter what the addiction, if you cannot control it...it ain't healthy.
|This is my biggest fear of all. Everyone together, but not |
together. How many families suffer from the same 'togetherness?"
Now I will have time for reading, painting, gardening, baking, making paper mache fruit bowls, stamp collecting, and counting how many silver Honda Civics drive by my house in an hour. Yup..it's gonna be great...(I wonder if I can stream Nurse Jackie on my computer)?!
That's all I got.