November 4, 1922: Setting, Egypt, Valley of the Kings
What do you think British archaeologist Howard Carter and his team felt when dusting off their sleeves to discover the step leading to King Tutankhamen’s tomb?
I think it was the universal, blippity-skip of well, hello-there-heart. My guess is Steve Martin felt the same skip, just moments into crafting his own King Tut tune, over fifty years later.
Today, think about this—you will never win a Grammy buried in your jammies. So, get up, get moving, dig deep, and discover what you truly dig. Fear not. Your beloved brain and blippity-skip heart will be there to guide you.
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