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Written by: Greg Runyon
5/7/2009 9:49 AM 


I was thinking the other day that it’s been a while since I’ve had bathroom habits as a topic.  Problem is, I can’t really think of anything to talk about in regards to poop at the moment, so I’m going in a different direction today.


Last night, I had a massage.  It had been a while since my last; I don’t know, maybe six months.  I was reminded last night of why I need to make getting a massage more of a priority.  My girl, Jenn, must have been thinking that I have a tough job or something, given all the tension I had stored up in my body.  She worked it out though.  I mean, she really let me have it, and it was oh-so-good.


On the drive home afterward, I rolled down the windows to enjoy the nice warm evening, and put some classical music on the radio.  I was in a place of peace.  My mind kept going back to “I have to do this more often!”  I was doing math in my head, figuring out how much per year it would cost me to get a massage every month, or every two weeks, or whatever.  I haven’t really come to a firm decision to do this, but it’s certainly tempting despite the fact that it won’t be cheap.  I feel like I’m a being a better person today because of that massage last night.  


I suppose that’s what it’s all about.  Everyone has something like that; something that fulfills them; something that makes them “better.”  Maybe it’s a hobby, or something done for charity, or a mani/pedi/facial/massage type thing.  Whatever it is, we all need to do that little thing for ourselves that makes the difference.  I hope you get a chance to do whatever your thing is soon!


1 comment(s) so far...

Re: Taking Care Of Yourself

It is so refreshing to hear about a man pampering himself. Good for you, now you know why women live longer than men - self-preservation...:)

By Loretta on   5/7/2009 10:15 AM

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