One Thousand Word Challenge 39: The Theme is Waiting… Maybe

Well, my back hurts. That’s what I get for hunching over for most of the day. Still, there is plenty of day left to correct that. We’ll have to see if that is indeed what happens.

Instead what probably will happen is I will hunch more, then complain about my back hurting, then hunch even more to spite my back.

Well, that will happen if the planned walk does not happen, which it will as there is a need to go outside and experience the world and that is indeed whats I will be doing a bit later in the day. Whether I go far or not is yet to be seen, but there still will be the going of the outside and the experiencing of the world that is out there. There may even be the taking of the photos in order to capture the world as it is. We’ll have to see what happens.

Right now  it is a session of hitting the keyboard with my fingers until one of us gives up. So far, of all the attempts that have been made, it’s always ended in a stalemate, but that’s the way I like it if I am to be honest. Far better than having to either replace the keyboards or my hands and my hands are probably already in need of replacement, but I like them the way they are. Sure, it would be nice to have less injury inflicted upon them, but what is done is done and they still operate and still seem to be getting better over time, so who knows what the future for them holds?

Not me, that’s for sure, but I do know that with enough stretching and relaxing and strength exercises the possibility of necessary surgery will diminish and that is certainly something I want to avoid, but if it is to happen then happen it must.

However, I don’t want to worry too much about that now. I mean, I wasn’t worrying about it just then, so I guess I don’t want to start worrying about it all as I’d rather be able to go “Well, if I need it, then I shall get it” in the potential event where surgery is required rather than worry about what could go wrong and what could go right.

With that said it’s now covered enough for me to be able to move onto other things anyway, such as getting to wherever this is leading me. Of course I am assuming that I am indeed being led somewhere. I may not be led anywhere at all and that’s fine. It’s fine to be able to meander and relax sometimes. A good thing to keep in mind, I think. Or maybe it isn’t a good thing to keep in mind. Maybe it is better to keep to the side somewhere, stored for when you may think you need it so that you can pull it out and then attach it to where it needs to be attached and thus you can have th3e thoughts move into your mind as you’re slowly, yet surely brought to a level of comfort that allows you to remember that it is indeed sometimes a good thing to meander.

It is good to be busy where you can. Probably a great thing, to be honest. However, it’s only good if that being busy is not entirely concerned with one particular job (unless of course that job is something you really enjoy doing, but I’m not going to get into that right now as I’m trying to cover something else). That said, you need to be able to relax from time to time, so long as relaxing doesn’t overtake the being busy. You need to strike a fine balance of both. If you don’t you might end up burning out in some fashion.

Burning out can be pretty rough, of course, but so long as you’re able to carefully dance your way around doing so, then you’re pretty good to keep on going, as they say.

But of course this is all conjecture… I think. I could be quire wrong on that. Only one way to find out but that isn’t going to happen right now as there are other paths that need exploring. There are other ways in which I need to head and heading in those ways is exactly what I plan on doing right now, if I am to be honest.

I need to head away from all of this talk in which I am currently engaging as there are other things that I want to tackle, but I don’t think that today is the day that will feature that tackling if I am to be honest. I hoped it would be the case, but alas my mind is taking me elsewhere. That’s fine though. I have to admit that at the very least it is fine to not be covering everything there is out there all the time, but that’s not what I’m writing about right now anyway, so that too will have to wait for another time.

Now that I think about it, there are quite a few things that will have to wait for another time. Perhaps that is the theme of this writing. The the theme is about waiting. Or maybe it may be about writing. There still is plenty of time to work it out, however, but right now instead that too will have to wait as I soon will be heading out and doing the things that involve going on the walk.

It’s a walk that I want to do and it will be one that I hope gives a bit of time to relax. If it isn’t, then there isn’t much that I can do, but at least there was a bit of walking in the day. Need the exercise as it keeps me from sitting down all the time. Rather do the walk than sit all day.

The time it took to write one thousand words: 12:13:49

I think that if I keep this pace up long enough I might have to set up a greater target.

Now, in regards to this piece, I think it turned out alright. A bit silly in places, a bit repetitive, but overall I think the text works.

Written at home.

About Stupidity Hole

I'm some guy that does stuff. Hoping to one day fill the internet with enough insane ramblings to impress a cannibal rat ship. I do more than I probably should. I have a page called MS Paint Masterpieces that you may be interested in checking out. I also co-run Culture Eater, an online zine for covering the arts among other things. We're on Patreon!
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