I Live a Natural Lifestyle

I Live a Natural Lifestyle
I gave up processed food a few months ago; my physical and mental health has greatly improved. I am not living from one sugar buzz to the next; my body and feelings are more stable.

It has made me more in tune with nature, and it has also given me a great answer to an annoying question.

Fukuoka, Japan
Monday, October 6, 2008
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“Why would you wake up so early?”
"Are you Nuts?"

I wake up naturally somewhere between 4:00 am and 7:00 am normally seven hours after I fall asleep. This tends to annoy everyone around me, although I try to be a solo act, keep away from other people at this time in the morning. However, they tend to think of me as crazy,
“Why would you wake up so early?”
"Are you Nuts?"

What is funny, the majority of the travelers wish to consider themselves in tune with nature. They are often vegetarians, they can sit around telling me how globalization is destroying the planet. They tend to want to hug trees, and for sure would criticize me when I do not see the big deal about recycling.

(I believe recycling is a just a great way for governments avoid their responsibility, to save on the cash needed to make trash separator machines.)

However, now I have a comeback when they ask,
“Why do you wake so early, this is crazy?”

I just say,
“It is natural, I am in tune with nature, and I wake up when the sun shines and sleep when the sun sets. I am helping to stop global warming by using less carbon based fuels.”

“What you do not believe in helping stop global warming?”

(Oops, I do not believe global warming is a crisis.)

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Hi Mr, Andy,
Atta boy! I feel your pain..hehe. Me, being divorced..If not for cup O Noodles, bologna, hotdogs and fried catfish..I would have starved to death my first few years. Well.. you know catfish is still on the menu, but bread and the rest is out. The sleeping part though, thats a whole nother story in itself. I wonder sometimes if maybe aliens are zapping me to take me up to a mothership. Then other days I go nonstop almost for two days. I live alone, but on occassion a lady friend would complain. I can usually get them out of my hair with one statement after that. "Sugar, I drink milk from the jug too."
Its fun being alive and watching folks sometimes...hehe.
Take care farmboy.


Again your right Andy, Sort of.

If you left off Beer on your diet you should reconsider. It is liquid nutrition and a bit of medication for weary muscles.

p.s. I know you had and a problem and it maybe to long to remember after a long day of haying or lawn mowing that a beer really hit the spot ! My Grand mother would give me 1 at 14 y.o after a long day. Not really as a way to get drunk but a way to recover from a brutal day and then after that a good heavy meal a sweet pie then sleep...

The good old days eh ?

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