Friday, December 19, 2008

Procrastination is Dangerous

Procrastination can be dangerous to your health. Not really in this case, but I suppose it could be under certain circumstances. Today is the Nineteenth of December. I have yet to mail my Christmas cards. So it is likely that many of my dear friends will get them after the holiday - Nice Job, Me!

I don't actively procrastinate, if that makes any sense. I do not seek alternative things to do when there is other more pressing stuff that needs to get done first. Well, at least not usually. I get distracted. A good amount of my distraction goes along with being the mother of an active Toddler.

Connor keeps me on my toes. He really does. Always learning new things... like how if he hits the Christmas tree, the needles fall off. Or how Mommy makes funny noises if he slaps her boobs. Or chomps on her shoulder. Let me just say that it is never uneventful in my household. I can't fathom how anyone can handle having more than one kiddo, especially at this stage in the game.

Some days I swear I could pull my hair out! What keeps me from grabbing a handful and yanking? I would look rather awful with bald patches.

Also, procrastination is why this blog is so short - because now I have to run off to work before the snow starts falling.


Rebeccalynn_dj said...

Procrastination is a characteristic of a perfectionist. You will do it right or nothing at all.

ErikaRobin said...

Perfectionist and procrastinator, here. :)
Can you imagine how boring your life might be without Connor? Wait, save that thought for another day.

cleanaturalady said...

I was going to write something on here earlier when I read this blog, but I decided to wait. Why? Why do I do that? When I have the thing right in front of me and I put off responding to it. Because I don't have just the right thing to say at the time, so I tell myself I will come back later and say something witty. Half the time I never get back to it. *sigh*