|Here's Shadow, riding along happily in the backseat of the car.|
But as my friend Mark always says, "Guilt is good for about thirty seconds. Then what do you do with it?"
Do I let it motivate me to do something positive? (I just cleaned the bathroom, stem to stern.) Or do I excuse myself from all those "shoulds" and go on enjoying my day without guilt? (That's the plan for the rest of the day.)
In a society that is obsessed with productivity and efficacy, it's good to buck the trend and be subversively countercultural now and then.
What are you doing with these dog days of summer?
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