Thursday, December 16, 2010

Hibernation

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It is a well-known fact that bears hibernate in the winter. Humans should hibernate, too. Especially when there is a long school holiday, or after almost a year of tiring work life. Instead of dozing off everyday and taking advantage of every free minute to get some nap, it’ll be better to totally detach yourself from any work and just concentrate on rest.

When the leaves turn red, bears gather food and stuff themselves until their stomach is full. Then they find a cave, or a hollow tree, make themselves cosy and go to sleep as winter comes. Snoozing soundly as blizzards come and go, they wake up at the sound of the birds chirping, stretch their bearbones and crawl out of their spot to welcome a fresh new year.

Gee, I wish I could too! :D

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