Random blurbs from me, Waylan.

What is your favorite way to spend a lazy day?

     This prompt made me giggle a little, because it sounds like the start of a Dr. Suess story.
     Lazy days honestly come too often for me. It's not that I'm truly that lazy, but most of my off days are lazy days, because I'm pretty unsociable. Most of my family and the few closer friends I have understand that. I try to get out every once and a while, but most of the time, once I'm home, I stay there.
    Ideally, if I worked all the time, and got to choose what to do on a lazy day, and I had no limits. I'd love to just take a road trip somewhere pretty and just enjoy the view of nature.  Potentially, if I got back into photography, I'd snap some photos of the landscapes and such. I'd love to try little holes in the wall restaurants and their specialty foods.
     Lazy days are important, even if they only come around every once in a while. My lazy days are what keeps me sane, mostly. As long as there aren't too many in a row, then my mind just has too much free time to overthink.

Waylan Bolin