You may like it on a beach. You may prefer it in the cold. You may do it better outdoors. Or you may enjoy the quiet of indoors. You may do it in silence, or maybe you do it to music. You may do it sleeping. You may start out awake, and end up asleep. You may prefer to do it alone. Or you may enjoy a little company. No matter which way you do it, lying in a hammock is one of the most relaxing things you can do.
It’s that time of year again. The leaves are changing. The wind is crisp and cool. People are putting different sizes, shapes, and colors of pumpkins on their front porches. Women across America are posting selfies on social media with their beloved pumpkin-spice lattes. And pumpkin-spice everythings begin popping up on menus across the nation. But the most important part about this time of year, the part that trumps all other indicators that Fall has arrived, is what’s happening every Thursday through Sunday nights this time of year. It’s football time in America.
It’s early April. Soon it will be late April. Before you know it, Memorial Day is here, you forgot hot dogs for the cookout, your grass is dead, the pool is green, the kids are out of school, you have no Summer babysitter lined up, you forgot to register the kids for camps, and you have no vacations planned while all the other on-top-of-it, over-achieving parents already have 10 educational road trips and Future-Nasa-Scientist summer enrichment camps on the docket.