Thursday, January 30, 2014
1) to pass the winter in a resting state.
2) to be or become inactive or dormant.
This is what good old Websters defines hibernation as.
I understand why bears do it,
It seems to be what South Louisiana and other
Southern states has had to do for the last few days.
Having been down with a sinus infection myself,
I have hibernated the last three days.
I am not sure why I feel quilty on those days that
I just do nothing, well nothing that looks like work.
Yes, I made my bed when not laying in it and
I kept my kitchen straightened up.
Cleaned after our pups, fed the fish,
but besides those daily chores, I did
nothing but play computer games, watch Netflix
and read, read, read.
Having been finally at the place in the New Year
that I can begin to make the changes I spoke of
called New Years' Resolutions,
I definitely fulfilled the one that said,
In today's fast paced life, I and I am sure others,
feel badly if we don't just do anything.
Having an "ACT OF GOD"
moment such as the last few days forces us
to relax, slow down.
One quote I use most often is,
"SOMETIMES GOD DOES FOR US
WHAT WE CANNOT DO FOR OURSELVES."
Hence, the freezing temperatures forced bridge and
road closures, companies to close,
shoot even the casino closed, and aside from
hospitals and Walmart, those casino's never close.
Today it will warm up, I am feeling much better
but wow, those hibernation days were some good!