1/2 Hour at a Time

Bethany has been in Indiana for a few days to see her dad. Update – he is doing much better than he was. He got all of his stitches taken out and now is just focusing on his foot and the rib that he broke. The interesting part of the whole accident is the way his bike looks. I really don’t understand the whole thing.  The bike looks great for the condition he is in. I hear a lot of bikers that get into accidents never ride again, so sad. He said that he is going to store it for the winter and think about it then make a decision as the summer comes back. I hope he rides again, every biker needs to. It’s worth it.

Anyway, Bethany has been out of town which leaves me to mind my own business for awhile. I hate her being gone, I feel like a loser without her. Last night the dog slept sideways on the bed which means we both slept sideways on the bed.  I laughed when I got up in the morning. I didn’t sleep that well.  I never do when my wife is away from me. I have spent the last couple of nights hanging out in my favorite chair, watching TV, and doing school work all at the same time. Believe me, I have no idea how people can sit around and watch TV for a whole night without moving.   I think I get up and walk around the house every twenty minutes.  If my laptop wasn’t in front of me, I would be going out of my mind. Which leads me to the next point.

I can’t believe that we as Americans waste our lives watching TV a half hour or hour at a time.  I firmly believe that television wastes not only your life but your dreams.  The more TV you watch, the more your dreams are slipping away. The more I watch TV, the more I want to do more schoolwork or spend time with people or even go outside and walk the dog. There is nothing good on except the occational show that holds my attention for ten minutes until a commercial break. Then I’m back to doing school work on my laptop forgetting while the show that supposedly held my attention fades to credits. Even then I think the television is only on for background noise. I would rather live my own life a half hour at a time before I watch someone else’s.

“Every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future. Get off the computer (quite watching TV) and go outside. Be free.” – Josh Scogin

Your dreams are not on the television. 



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