Who doesn't want to be lazy at least once in a while? For some, it's an even bigger struggle. The gravitational pull may seem stronger in your bed or on the couch than anywhere else.
I remember watching the book-turned-movie "Bells on Their Toes" (sequel to the true story, "Cheaper by the Dozen" - the old one, not the new one) where all twelve children are working hard to clean the house, all the while singing, "Lazy. I want to be lazy," a song by Irving Berlin.
It's OK to be lazy ... sometimes. We all need to take a break from time to time. But, you know, everything in moderation. You have to go to work, clean your house, tend the children and take care of other responsibilities. After that, take all the lazy time you want.
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