And for good measure.
Check your pulse it’s proof that you’re not listening to the call your life’s been issuing you, a rhythym of a line of idle days. Scared of the world outside you should go explore. Pull on the shades and wander the Great Indoors. The Great Indoors.
Lamp light makes the shadows play, and posters take the walls away, the TV is your windowpane the view won’t let you down. So put your faith in a late night show, I’ll be you didn’t even know – depends on how far out your go, the channel numbers change. Scared of the world outside you should go explore. Pull on the shades and wander the Great Indoors….though lately I can’t blame you. I have seen the world – and sometimes wish your room had room for two.
So go unlock the doors. And find what you are here for- Leave the Great Indoors, the great indoors.
Check your pulse it’s proof that you’re not listening to the call your life’s been issuing you, the rhythym of a line of idle days, of idle days.
The Great Indoors; Room for Squares
I guess it’s not so much of being scared as it is not being adventurous. So many times we just stay indoors. We have our Televisions our computers and telephones and why leave? There’s so much out there, and it all could mean something different to me than it does to someone else – but is that something I even care to consider? Why not just stay where I know I’m comfortable? Where I know what I like and can wear whatever I want to? I guess it all just comes down to….knowing. Or the knowledge of knowing…….knowing what I DO like and what I WOULD be willing to do instead of. Maybe if I got a good offer I’d leave the great indoors – but as it stands, there aren’t any; and sometimes that’s ok too.
I’ve now successfully made the mac n chez with EXTRA chez to help the taste along, no milk so had to use a tinge of water – i’ve had to do it before so I’m getting good at it. hahahaha, and now for a movie I suppose. But which one? Watched Honeymoon in Vegas last night and no special features on it, so…..hhmmm…..kaza? any ideas?
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