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Start With 5: Do You Let These Feelings Slip?







I'm feeling something good coming. Not only is this series super fun to write, I feel like it's some of my better work, and the responses have been great. The best part about it all is that I get to write straight off the cuff, providing a voice for the thoughts tapping around my head. In case you missed it, here is the first piece where I describe some super underrated feelings that probably get overlooked. This is purely just about giving some well-deserved appreciation to feelings that just slip right past our radar sometimes.

Ladies and gentlemen, it's Mambo Number 5*
(*underrated feelings)

1. That 'AHA!' moment you finally remember the word that's on the tip of your tongue

It's like a floodlight that surges with power before the huge shine of light and man, does that ever feel good. The longer you spend wrestling over what simple little word was on the tip of your tongue, the greater the rush pumping through your veins momentarily. Am I exaggerating this a little? Maybe, but when this happens to me I am way too excited for a second and I'm hoping there's at least a few other people who can relate. Who knows, maybe this will be the best parts of my day when I'm much older and wiser yet still approaching senility. As an old man, I'll make a point to still get fired up when it takes me a little too long to remember what I ate for breakfast, but I remembered nonetheless.




2. When you find a new song and instantly fall in love with it

I might be just impressing my own personal pump up package with these feelings, but here's another thing that gets me jazzed up (not a bad pun, but certainly a welcomed coincidence). I cycle through music pretty quickly and pretty regularly, yet finding new songs with HEAT are still few and far between for the most part. When you find that song with some fire though, those first few listens are like an audio-espresso in the ear-drum. I then listen to them until the wheels fall off and then wonder why I have a tendency to just way over-do things. I guess that's why I can't have nice things.



3. Not being allergic to peanut butter

Man oh man, if you are reading this and you are allergic to peanut butter, I am so sorry. That creamy, peanut-y goodness is just different- healthy, tasty, and addicting. I probably slap way too much of it on my little pieces of toast, but it's only to keep me from just eating it straight from the tub. If you don't think peanut butter is that big of a deal, I bet if you couldn't eat it for the rest of your life you'd miss at least a little bit (and if you still can't agree to that, then maybe go eat some more Brussels sprouts or whatever else you're probably into, I don't know).



4. Driving past a cop and then almost freaking out because you realize you're cruising a little too fast, but it's all good because he's in a good (or lazy) mood

So going back to number 2, finding that new tune can lead to number 4- and that stroke of luck followed by a wave of relief is a pretty good feeling. It happens, sometimes you just don't realize you're into that zoom zoom mode and when your friendly neighbourhood police guy let's you off the hook it feels pretty good, doesn't it?



5. When you wake up wondrously rested and ready to go

As an avid sleep fanatic, let me just start this by saying that this doesn't happen a whole lot for me, so when it does, it's a pretty special feeling. Sometimes I ruin it by going right back to sleep, but sometimes I get up feeling pretty charged up for the day. It definitely helps when you have some good stuff to look forward to, but either way when this miracle happens I do not take it for granted.

*Photo to illustrate that even when I wake up energized, I'm still a baby*

That's it for this week. Using one of these buttons down below would make me a happy guy, mainly because I had to figure out a bit of coding just to add them. Let me be the first to tell you, that stuff is not easy. Have a good week!

Have a feeling that fits the topic? Maybe I'm overlooking it- comment it below or send me a message and I'll feature it!



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  1. It's not very common, but I love when I lose something and it gets returned to me or I find it randomly! Good read

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  2. as my girl and me are in vacation - catching waves in Portugal - we have those weird but totally energizing moments when we sing totally wrong along a song (in the car), we barely know... but it is straight out of the heart and comes with power

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    1. I love that, Phil! Enjoy Portugal and thanks for taking the time to read and comment, especially while on vacation.

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