That being the case, I really think you should mow my lawn. I mean, that is the sort of thing friends do for each other and I want us to be best pals.
Let’s face it, you could use the exercise. You keep talking about how you wish you could find the time to exercise again, and I’m trying to be a buddy here by plotting out a little bit of fitness time for you.
Hell, I will even throw in an ice cold Snapple as payment for a job well done.
So what do you say? I like the lawn done on Sundays, so why don’t we get a sign up sheet going for the rest of the summer. Who wants next Sunday?
Thanks in advance. You guys are the best!
It’s not like it was that horrific first mow of the year, which I got out of the way last Sunday, but more of a case that today is the last day of my vacation.
I don’t want to give up the quiet, relaxing life at The House on the Hill to head back to the everyday grind as an office minion. Sure, I popped in for a few hours last week to help out a little, but that glimpse into my future is making me dread my return even more.
We were so far behind, work was piling up, and I’m worried that the awaiting stress levels are going to mess with the moments of Zen I’ve been accumulating ever since I made the choice to lead a more positive life.
Don’t you get it now, Modern Philosophers? This is why I need you to mow my lawn.
My time off has been exactly what I needed. Not only did I recharge my batteries, but I also put my life on a definite track to the happiness for which I’ve been forever searching.
I can’t recall when I’ve been this upbeat, and I will continue to move forward until I reach my goal. There will be no steps backward, no moments of hesitation, and no cracks in my resolve to allow any form of stress or negativity to ruin my buzz.
That’s why I really think you should mow my lawn.
A few years ago, the neighborhood was attacked by grubs, and my lawn was left with horrible bald patches. My neighbor helped me to reseed it, and it’s taken some time, but it is now greener and fuller than ever.
Which goes to show you that the grass is always greener once you invest a little money, time, and patience towards its coloring.
Even though I hate mowing my lawn, I’m very positive about how wonderful it looks. I understand that I need to tend to it to keep it looking its best.
Actually, what I realize is that someone needs to trim my lawn.
There’s no law that says it has to be me.
So what weekend will you be mowing it for me?
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