In the past week I’ve been able to reflect on my current pattern of dealing with things.
1. I purposefully ignore the things I have to do
2. I realize how little time I have left to do said things
3. Commence the freakout
4. After flipping out for an afternoon or so I then continue on my merry way
5. And finally at the last minute hand in a shoddy effort and then proceed to tell myself that I won’t ever do this again.
I realize it’s a horrible way of doing things. I constantly tell myself I’m going to change this time, and yet… when the decision comes I make the same ones I always do.
This tends to make me rather disappointed in myself. I know how easy everything would be if I actually I do it in the time I am given, and yet I can’t seem to ignore my procrastination impulses.
As they say the road to hell is paved with good intentions. I can vouch for it.
In other less depressing news Mother Llama has returned from her two and a half month long sabbatical to study the intricacies of weaving blankets without the use of opposable thumbs.
It is very exciting to have her back and she brought me back a new friend to carry in my saddle bags with me.
Her name is Lulu. She and I are going to be best friends.
Since I’m off for another round of disappointment in myself, I’ll leave off till next time.
All going well I’ll be in a better mood.