I’m sitting on the couch with my laptop – actually using it as a “laptop,” for a change – typing this post. For some reason, I prefer to use it on a tabletop. It just seems easier to type that way.
1) Run errands.
2) Work on half-finished home projects.
3) Catch up on gmail and facebook.
4) Read other blogs.
5) Make lists of things to do.
6) Watch the occasional tv show.
7) Do laundry – I find it relaxing believe it or not.
8) Fix a cup of coffee with my k-cup machine – several times a day.
So you’re all laughing, thinking to yourself: “I wouldn’t do some of those things, I’m more self-motivated!” Seriously?? Really??
First of all, who doesn’t HAVE to have coffee, and B) unless you’re “she-who-shall-not-be-named,” – c&c – woops, did I say that out loud?? – you have to check your gmail and fb from your phone all the time, and 3. a day without tv, is like … a day without tv!, and D) one must have clean clothes, and thusly, everyone must make lists -and keep them in safe places where they can be lost.
I know, you’d be writing another novel – seemingly half of my fellow bloggers on https://www.facebook.com/groups/240976049268613/ are, building another Happiness Wall – http://crittersandcrayons.com/, fixing to get a wedding shindig going – http://torinelson.wordpress.com/, designing costumes – http://theobservationalistnyc.com/about/, marching against Wall Street – http://megandagata.wordpress.com/2011/10/10/a-few-thoughts-on-occupy/ etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.
You know what, there’s another thing I’m very good at, unfortunately – procrastination. I’m working my way to achievement, one day at a time, though, trying to conquer it! ; ). Like Annie sang, there’s always
I love ya Tomorrow!