I feel like we have to keep reminding ourselves to slow down and slow down. We’re surrounded by the most amazing and abundant food and drink in the world. It’s important to try to savor every little taste, every new fragrance we encounter, every beautiful sunset we witness. We can only do so much to enjoy this world and the food and drink it gives us.
If we don’t slow down and slow down, we can’t savor it. We’re essentially drowning out our senses. This makes it hard for us to remember that we’re enjoying the world as it is, and that’s never fun.
There are many ways to slow down. You can sit in a hot tub, or you can watch a movie, or you can read a book, but nothing beats a trip to the beach and an afternoon at the beach. A lazy summer afternoon, a lazy summer evening, and a lazy summer morning is the best way to slow down. It’s the only way to slow down.
The other day I was out for a walk and happened upon a street fair. It was late, but the fair was still going strong. It was a small town with only a couple of houses. I walked up to a building with a sign that said “Gourmet restaurant”. I walked up to the front door and knocked and knocked. It was dead silent. I opened the door and there were two guys walking out of the kitchen and heading towards the door.
And in the background of this shot is the restaurant’s sign, reading “Gourmet.
The fact that these guys were heading towards the door, but not into the restaurant, is a big clue that they’ve been observing the fair. If they were the ones that were in the restaurant, then they would be headed out into the world to do what they do best. They’re probably watching the local farmers and ranchers and merchants selling their goods. Or they might be doing something illegal or dangerous. Or they may be doing something that they consider to be immoral.
The fact that they were heading towards the door, but not into the restaurant, is a big clue that theyve been observing the fair. If they were the ones that were in the restaurant, then they would be headed out into the world to do what they do best. Theyre probably watching the local farmers and ranchers and merchants selling their goods. Or they might be doing something illegal or dangerous. Or they may be doing something that they consider to be immoral.
We may be seeing the first hints of The Walking Dead season 13, but the show could also be referring to any number of things. The Walking Dead shows have a tendency to drop hints at times which aren’t necessarily tied to the series as a whole. The recent cliffhanger about Carol’s mother, and what it was doing in Chicago, may hint at the return of the show’s protagonist, Alexandria, but more likely hints at the return of a character from season 6.
We also see hints of The Walking Dead season 13 in The Walking Dead: Tensions Under the Floorboards (episode 13), in which the group of survivors find themselves on the same floor of a house that was raided by The Governor. This episode is also the first in which the Governor himself is seen. We know that the Governor is back in town (and that he isnt really dead), so it could be a hint.
There are no specific hints as to season 13 season that are available to us at this time. But we do know that the Governor will return and that Alexandria isnt the only survivor on this floor.