Do you ever refuse to think about or take action on certain things you know you should stop and take care of? I do.
Today I need to make phone calls and check on things done or not done that need doing by others. The morning has gone by and it’s almost lunch time. I spent awhile paying bills, which I hate to do. One day you have money in your bank account; the next you watch it dwindle down to where you realize where the phrase “paycheck to paycheck” comes from.
I am old enough to have realized that some things not done end up not needing to be done and that time can be better used for other endeavors.
I’m tired. I didn’t sleep well. I’m of little use to myself or anyone else when I’m this tired.
My largest problem right now is whether to eat before or after I nap. It’s not quite noon, but I’m getting a headache from forcing myself to stay awake.
The afternoon promises to be filled with heat – it’s a July incinerator type day and I won’t venture out unless my little dog insists she must GO!
Do you ever think you have frittered away the whole day and accomplished nothing? If you do, think back until you remember at least one thing you’ve accomplished and to hell with the ones you didn’t get to. “Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today” was surely a selfish quote made by someone waiting for something.
Well, wait on, my fine friends. I’m taking a nap. If I don’t get something done today, and it’s THAT important, Do it yourself.
(I wrote this on my Proud of Every Wrinkle site and like everything else that has happened at the end of this week, it posted wrong . . . it posted on my Writer blog and I want it here, so I am trying to put it here.)