But other things get in the way – same old story – yadda yadda.
On the plus side, it’s cheap, doesn’t require a uniform, needs no musical knowledge and works well in all seasons.
On the down side, it tends to be left until after everything else.
Some people introduce booze or do it in front of the TV. Others take a mascot.
It’s one of those hobbies that can be done as part of a group, but is probably most enjoyable without a crowd.
Some lucky souls manage to find time at the workplace to hone their skills. How I envy them.
Like most hobbies – the more you put in, the more you get out. I’ve been neglecting mine lately. And people have noticed.
They’ve been encouraging me to spend more time on it.
So I will.
(Oh, didn’t I mention what it was? It’s sleeping. But – yawn – you knew that. I’m the sleepy toe second from the right.)
[That was a post for the Loose Bloggers Consortium. You’ll find the rest of them revealing their own hobbies – and some of them are downright crazy and criminal – by clicking on their links, which are listed in the right-hand column. Just scroll down a bit to find them.]