Then again, one must try.......
.....or, in my case, fail miserably.
Fine, since you're still staring at the screen.*
By getting lost time and time again through a myriad of unnecessary complexities, I have learned to enjoy the simple (note: not the stupid; but the simple, the elegant) matters of life.
I enjoy different activities and different scenarios all the same.
No, I kid you not, for example:
Last week I traveled to Mexico City, it's a lovely place.
So there, from Monday through Saturday, I went from the most various experiences life (in a city) has to offer:
-Went to several museums, surprised that people were actually looking at the exhibits...on a pay-to-enter day! I am not proud of thinking this, but in my city it's so rare when people go to museums when it's not free. Go figure.
-Got kidnapped, by friends, against my will.... like most kidnappings are (have you ever wondered about that word? "Kidnapping" Kid-napping...a kid that is napping, I was not napping and I'm certainly not a kid and still got kidnapped, mad world I tell you).... and went to visit the night life of the city. Not my first option to have fun, but interesting human behavior to be seen... and experienced. I even brought a notepad with me and took notes!
-Enjoyed a jazz night at a local cafe bar with books disguising themselves in the cuter of manners as walls. Great coffee, by the way.
-Got lost among the beauties of the Castillo de Chapultepec. No, really, I got lost. Couldn't find the way out among so many rooms and things and people and more things. I did drooled for some paintings and architecture, the weather was so nice up there as well. Oh and the forest, it had chipmunks...and trees, and green stuff which one can't see much of nowadays while glued to the screen.
-I walked. A lot. In fact, I think I lost around 4 kilograms only by walking. Saw a manifestation going on in the streets, a lot of angry people. That's another story for another not-self-summary thingy.
-I discovered I had an undiscovered, now discovered, undiscovered talent at billards..or pool... and that I am ok with square pizza as long as it's yummy and has cheese... which makes it yummy.
*And all that babbling, that you may have or haven't read, might tell you something about me: I can't, for the life of me, write serious self-summaries.