Friday Night Mellow

(First published in February 2009)

It’s after seven on a Friday evening and I am at home, in my room, writing this. Just had a great dinner prepared by dearest Mom. I am now pondering the blessed reasons why we choose to stay at home on a Friday or Saturday night instead of going out.

I guess most people do mellow with time, some a little later than the others, because although mellowing is personal, it is partly situational.

I had a heart-to-heart talk with a friend this week. My friend said that sometimes you just can’t complain. You believe that you are supposed to be thankful for all the good things, but deep inside you’re complaining. And you know it’s not enough, because even though you were able to resist their lures, you are still affected by the could bes and could have beens.

Well, I guess that when you’re no longer even tensed by these coulds then that’s when you’re truly contented with the reality. And that’s when you mellow.


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