Monday, February 2

Thinking


I spent the first part of the day thinking about the things I should be doing.
I spent another part of the day doing things that didn't really need to be done, as much as other things that I was thinking about doing.
In the middle of all that I almost forgot I had to work. A serious dash to the bus stop (I feel 6 when I talk about taking the bus, even though I am part of the majority here.)
When I got to work, I started thinking about...then writing a list of things that I should do on my way home and when I get home. (I left work at 8:50pm)
I am home. Now, I am thinking about everything but the things that I should be doing.

I'd rather blog. Addiction at it's best!

*On my list tomorrow, find a heart cookie cutter for my heart phobia. Make something heart related. :D
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8 comments:

Xazmin said...

So funny...I read this to hubby. He is always complaining about my addiction!

Thanks for stopping by!

Monica said...

Ahhh!! The art of procrastination. I indulge in that way too often myself!

Call Me Cate said...

Thanks for following my blog! I'm a bit behind in my visiting...

My word for 2009 is "focus" but I find myself having a lot of days like you're describing.

MaryRC said...

gurl i can totally relate, i had a huge to do list yesterday and its still not done. if only thinking about it got it done, we'd be so very productive.

Jen said...

this sounds like every day for me. thinking and thinking- yet not really getting things done- except for a blog post. :) nice.
does life extend later in quebec? in ak, things are totally done by 9. especially in winter!

ha ha! the word verification today is: defer. how appropriate.

Debbie said...

I do love a heart shaped cookie cutter!

K said...

I love blogging.

I think about it way too much.

I'm a fellow SITS welcome wagoneer so I just wanted to stop by and say HI.

I like your blog.

Jill said...

I know how this goes. Sometimes I'll have a day where I get to stay home all day, so I putter around doing things I need to do and want to do, but often at the end of the day realize I forgot to do something that absolutely had to be done. It makes me crazy.