Hazel defends her lazy way of living life and talks about why it makes her happy but the undercurrent of why she has chosen to live in such a way is kept hidden.
Hazel: Is it so wrong to be lazy? I love being lazy. I believe there is a certain aesthetic, an art form if you will, to the power of living a lazy life.
I’ve done absolutely nothing with my day today and it feels sooooo damn delicious. You know why? Cause I don’t want to work hard. I don’t want to earn loads of money. I don’t want a house or a car or a dog or kids or a husband or anything that will take me away from living my lazy life.
Isn’t that great? Is that so wrong? Why should I be forced to be like everyone else? Why?
I live on the beach. I paint sea shells. I find them, I paint them and I sell them. I live in a dirt cheap bungalow and things are fantastic.
I swim. I fish. I tan. I jog. I drink. I cook. I read. I laugh. I sleep.
I’m in my own little lazy world and I love it. I embrace it. No one telling me what to do…it’s bliss.
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