No winter lasts forever, no spring skips its turn. April is a promise that May is bound to keep.
- Hal Borland
I tried. I really did try to write a blog. But I just can’t do it. I’m too lazy. I was going to talk about what a Platonically perfect day it is up here in the Berkshires but I just can’t summon the effort. And there is nothing lazier to talk about than the weather. So not even that.
At one point I was going to discuss an obscure song by U2 that was released on the soundtrack of a Wim Wenders film called Until the End of the World. It’s sung in the persona of Judas to Jesus from the depths of hell. For Judas the greatest suffering is to be separated from Christ’s love. Christ tells Judas to wait until the end of the world. But I am way too lazy to do that.
Sometimes laziness is a good thing. My thoughts get lazy, and that is sometimes my best time to think. I’m not indolent or slothful. Those are lifestyles. So with great apologies I regret I will not be writing a ...
Edward Grinnan is Editor-in-Chief and Vice President of Guideposts Publications. Edward lives in New York City with two blondes—his wife, Julee, and Golden Retriever, Millie, who has been featured in his blog and popular videos. Edward loves cycling, hiking with Millie at his house in the Berkshire Hills and Wolverines that hail from Michigan.
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