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If you’re beginning to feel like a Lethargian in the Dolldrums, that’s a solid sign you’re in a rut. *
It’s okay. It happens to everyone. You’re shuffling from thing to thing, doing what you need to do, crossing things off your list with a satisfying pen swoosh. Suddenly, you realize: I’m bored and I don’t want to do this anymore.
Instead of bailing on your responsibilities (and probably regretting it – you likely do them for a reason), consider throwing in a random bit of weird to wake up and have fun. Warning: Fun can be contagious. The people around you may also exhibit signs of joy.
Sometimes it takes a different point-of-view to bring a family back together — even if that viewpoint isn’t human.
If you haven’t had a chance to read LUC, good news: It’s free on Amazon Kindle this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (Feb 28-Mar 1). Visit the Kindle Store to download your free copy and warm up your weekend with summer adventure.
When I was a kid, I rode a horse. In my mind, I was riding sideways on my galloping war stallion while shooting arrows through the eyes of needles from 200 feet (as a soldier against the Great Needle Uprising of the 1980s, I guess). In reality, I sat rigid as a cement pole on a super mellow, super old horse while my friend led us by the reins down her driveway. It was five minutes of serious epicness.
After a lot more years than I care to admit, I finally rode another horse. Continue reading “My second (but really my first) horseback ride”
“A true knight always rescues a damsel in distress,” Sir Manbeard explained to his squire. “Unless the damsel is a witch in disguise. Then, he should try not to get his face melted off by a face-melting spell.”