That's right peoples, you read correctly.
I failed Relaxation 101. It wasn't easy to do, but I managed to do it. I feel like the quarterback who all he had to do was a kneel down, and yet somehow managed to fumble the ball and lose the game.
I may not be a type A personality, but I simply cannot relax. I hate taking vacation days from work and I hate having holidays off from work. I hate sitting at my desk with my work completed and earning a paycheck by sitting on my duff twiddling my thumbs. Shoot, I hate doing most things where I don't have to do anything. Do you think I do all that walking for relaxation? Hell no, I have a particular purpose when I do those walks. I do not walk just for the sake of walking.
Having said that, I do concede the point that sometimes, you just have to sit on your duff and twiddle your thumbs and toes, and do absolutely nothing.
Which is what I did for the past month and a half on this blog. I did the equivalent of twiddling my thumbs and toes, which was due to the fact that I was suffering through a severe case of blogger burnout, by posting two times a week (not including FSG in the equation, because that is a permanent thingy for this blog).
Didn't particularly like doing it, but it was a necessary evil at the time.
Here we are at the tail end of April, and as promised some two months ago, I would let everyone know when I was back in my version of normal sinus rhythm.
Well, Cedar's Mountain wants to announce that he has failed miserably at trying to return to the days of old, which was posting every other day. Instead, with great reluctance and lack of intestinal fortitude, he will continue posting on the current M-W-F schedule for the foreseeable future. But he will try to make his Monday and Friday posts drip with exceptional juiciness with every single deliciously super moist bite.
G leans over as Cedar's Mountain whispers something in his ear. G nods in agreement, brushes the leaves, branches and dirt from his body, and gives C.M. a pat on his back.
Cedar wants to announce that he has a very special surprise for everyone on Sunday. It may not knock your socks off, but nevertheless, it will be worth your while.
Be very very afraid.