Look at you, FT! You’re positively glowing!! You must have just taken a trip--I can see your reduced chance of heart attack and lower blood pressure from here! And I can tell you’ve been getting deeper sleep. You look like you feel fab!
Well of course your body feels fab, but let’s take a look at that mind! Let me just pull out my circular saw, so we can see how much better your brain is—what? Yeah, I suppose that is a little extreme. I guess I could just ask you how you’re feeling, instead.
So, FT, how are you feeling? Pretty relaxed you say. Well that’s not surprising since:
And don’t forget this, I mentioned it last week:
Hey, Fellow Traveler! Today we’re going to play a game. Ready? It’s called the “Things I Don’t Have to Convince You Of” game. And while it’s really fun, it’s not very popular among stodgy grammar people. They prefer the “Things Of Which I Don’t Have to Convince You” game, which frankly isn’t as fun. (Sorry, stodgy grammar people.) So this is how we play: I say stuff that doesn’t take any convincing for you to believe. Ready? Okay, here we go:
· The sky is blue.
· Oxygen is necessary for survival.
· Puppies are cute.
· Brussel sprouts are gross.
· You are smart, witty, sensitive, and wildly good-looking. (I told you it was a fun game!)
· Travel is important to your physical health.
Oh dang, I thought I could trick you with that last one. You clearly don’t believe me! Travel really is important for your physical health, but I can see it’s going to take some convincing. So let’s start with a fun fact: