I’m no fan of cliches. I try to avoid them in my writing and in my everyday speech. In fact, I avoid them like the plague.
Ha! See what I did there?
Anywho, I recently rattled off a couple of cliches that, in retrospect, were two of the most true things I’ve ever said: “I’m just glad no one was hurt” and “We can replace a car. We can’t replace you.”
My son loves to go fishing. We have ponds near our house, and he spends countless hours with a line in the water.
Oftentimes, he goes by himself, which is an awesome thing for a 14-year-old boy to go do. Just set off on your own, fishing pole in hand, and chill by the water.
Here are some things that take about 30 minutes:
- Viewing a network sitcom
- Cooking some chicken
- Watching about 1/10 of “Gone With the Wind”
Here is something that should NOT take 30 minutes:
I think we can agree that, oftentimes, the internet is really just an awful place. If you are in doubt of that, just visit any YouTube comment section. I was going to give you an example of some, but pretty much every popular nice, sweet and innocent video I went to had comments so vile and hateful that I felt dirty after kicking around for about two minutes.