What is it? How does one define it? What does it mean to you? How does one do it?
Is it a hike in a state or national park?
Watching a sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean?
A sunset over the Pacific?
Maybe it’s a brilliant photo walk somewhere. Or finding a geocache in a wonderful spot. A good, competitive softball game on a warm summer night.
There’s family events and beers with friends. There’s the serenity of a nice walk on a nature trail or a good meal at a new eatery.
These, of course, are some things I find as chill.
What exactly is chill, though? Is there a definition?
It’s a hard thing to explain. But allow me to say what chill is not — the flu. Especially when one has already had the flu shot.
I’m pretty sure I had other ideas for this prompt originally, but I’ve been on the couch or in bed all weekend, so haven’t thought much, and I don’t have too many thoughts right now.
I just hope I find real chill soon. I need it!
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