· aka CYBORG
I have similar feelings Steve - boredom not so much but I can be as lazy as anyone. Recently I was forced to accept some motivation - the pre-leukemia condition I have is suddenly gaining ground, but simple exercise holds it at bay or even reverses it. I'm not ready for the big time out yet, so I've developed a daily exercise regimen and keep track of it meticulously on a chart. So, a simple goal has motivated me and lifted my spirits. Feel free to PM anytime if you want.Now here is a odd thing. I'm a hermit. Plain and simple..days will go by and my truck never moves. I can buy a used truck with 80K miles on it, drive it for years and never reach 100K. Got a nice yard, nice shop, and the liquor store is just a block away. I'm even worse now that I'm widowed. So along comes this quarantine business and folks, it's bugging the beejeepers out of me! It's not so much doing something, it's being told that I shouldn't.
Now, I have often said that what with the books, U-tube, internet and these fancy phones and all, if you are bored, you must be a boring person. There is a lot of things that I could do around here, But I just don't wanna. I'm bored and restless. Some of it might be 'cause I've been around for over 3/4 of a century and overstayed my visit. But I think that for the most part, I'm just lazy and spoiled.
Be safe and give those loved ones a hug from me.