Posts Tagged: procrastination

Halloween wrap up, Part One

A week and a half to build, three weeks on display and three hours to pack it all up. Yes, it’s November 1st and regulars know what that means. Time for the Halloween wrap up, Part One. Shout out to Mom For the first time in long memory, Mother Nature was extraordinarily polite to me…. Read more »

The price of procrastination

The bill always comes due. Many times it gets delayed in the mail. Sometimes, the collector is standing right behind you. In all cases, the price of procrastination is a debt that must be paid. As is usually the case with me, it has something to do with the house. We all know that I’m… Read more »

Getting a handle on it

There is no question that the level to which I can take my procrastination can reach legendary status. It both annoys and amuses me the way in which this character flaw reveals itself. Most recently, it was after some gutter work on the house. No, I am not so gifted that I can replace a gutter… Read more »

I should get committed for my own good

Call me crazy, but I really need to be committed. Nah, not like the guy here, although I could probably use a good amount of time with an analyst (and who couldn’t, really?). What I need is to be more committed. I am a person who is easily distracted.  I have a lot of things… Read more »

Welcome to the jungle

Okay, okay, I’ll get to it already. I’ve mentioned in the past my (normally) attractive landscaping out front of the house.  It’s filled with surprisingly healthy and unfortunately fast-growing plants and trees.  It’s a source of great pride and equally great grief. The last time I ventured into this forest was prior to my Washington… Read more »

Disconnected

After just getting through talking with you about the take-over of technology in our lives, I had an ironic experience that both lent credence and uncovered surprising realities to that thought. Over the last day or so, my internet connection has gone a-sputtering, leaving me without connection for the better part of a day and… Read more »