Deuteronomy 31:6

Be strong and of good courage, do not fear nor be afraid of them; for the LORD your God, He is the One who goes with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011


Procrastination is a very tricky thing.  It's so inviting and so attractive, but then, after you spend too much time with it, you realize that it had no intention of making your life better.  It only wanted to distract you from doing the tasks you should complete, like returning e-mails to friends, doing homework, sleeping, etc. etc.  But no, Procrastination waltzes in and says "Hey, you look like you need a super sugary, super caffeinated drink to help you focus.  Trust me, it will help.  Would I lie to you?"  Yes, procrastination; yes you would.  While you'd like to think that you really were helping me, you knew that the caffeine and caramel goodness would give me too much energy so I couldn't focus on anything of importance, and would lead me to staying up late, bouncing off the walls.  Why can't you leave me alone so I can get some real work done and then enjoy an episode of Gilmore Girls in peace?  And here, you've done it again.  You've led me to my blog and I have now wasted prime reading time.  Thanks, Procrastination, you're a real pal.

1 comment:

  1. Hahaha! This was great! I completely understand. I especially have the problem of acute procrastination here in Bots. For some reason being in Africa and having to do homework just don't seem to compute as concurrent events in my mind... ? But I soldier through, getting things done by whatever means necessary. At least we don't have much homework to actually be doing here! :)