We are all struck with the “Lazies” sometimes. This poem is about those days.
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My name is Shelly Johnson, and I am a writer and philosopher with a Ph.D. in philosophy. One of my primary personal and philosophical interests is how we can learn to love ourselves and each other better in order to cultivate personal and political resilience. I teach ethics and a variety of other courses at a local college. I am the author of the blog Love is Stronger. I am also the author of three logic and critical thinking books for high school and middle school: _Argument Builder_, _Discovery of Deduction_ (co-author), and _Everyday Debate_, published by Classical Academic Press. You can reach me at email@example.com.
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9 thoughts on ““Lazies””
Gorgeous. Drink coffee, eat chocolate, learn from dogs about advanced lazing.
Ha! I love the idea of “advanced lazing”.
Ha! I love it! Maybe it means you deserve a rest 🙂 Day on the couch with a favorite movie and a glass of wine
Sounds wonderful! I think I will indeed rest.
You make my lazies feel so happy 🙂 Lovely post!
Cute! We all have lazy days. I’ve enjoyed this summer and not having to be so productive! You work so hard in the school year, you deserve some lazy summer days! : )
That’s sweet, Mom! Thank you.
Lazy days are hard for me. I feel guilty… I remind myself about self love and that everything will be waiting for me tomorrow!?