And so here we are again procrastinating.

I could clean my house which looks like all the Wild Weird of my imagination have rioted through every room – trying on every piece of clothing available (we have a lot) then dropping them randomly in inappropriate places. (I don’t want to accept a more mundane explanation for why there are underpants on my kitchen floor.)
I am not going to clean the house because I’m working ( as per new resolutions see yesterday’s post)

I should go and buy some food or I will have to resort to doing something interesting with eggs (which doesn’t involve fertilising them.) The other option is tinned tuna. Quite. I can’t go out however because I’m working.

I can’t see my desk for paperwork that should be filed, binned or otherwise dealt with. I have an urge to write a list but then I wouldn’t be working.

All my plants are dying through weeds and lack of water. Why don’t the weeds need water? I can’t think about questions like that because I’m working.

I really need a cup of tea. Oh sod it – I can’t work all the time can I?

One thought on “Procrastination”

  1. I guess procrastination can even be found in the most hard working of authors. I’m sorry to hear that you are so busy with your work though. I hope that all clears up for you soon!

    Its a good thing that you have eggs to use though. Those can be quite fun to use! I usually end up making quiche or hard boiling them for egg salad, deviled eggs, or just something to munch on. Hopefully those will inspire you to make something delicious.

    Those weeds can be quite the problem. I started an herb garden a while back, though it slowly turned into a weed garden by the end of the season (I don’t have the greenest of thumbs).

    Good luck getting everything organized! I’m sure you’ll be able to pull it off.

    Keep up the amazing work! I eagerly await your next book.

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