Got on the computer, got side-tracked by an email and bought a phone
Wrote and scheduled a blog post which led to wandering in computer land
Got back to the computer and once again wandered all over cyber-world
Now I am here
There were other things I did but I can’t remember exactly what.
I still have today’s to-do list to do.
I think I will throw this list away and make one for tomorrow.
I work tomorrow and when I come home from work I won’t want to do anything.
No point in making a list for tomorrow.
I will make a list for Thursday.
I have been kinda busy all day. Got up early, yes, I got up early.
Took a walk and of course, it was HOT!
On the way home I stopped at the library to pick up a book they were holding for me,
The City of Mirrors by Justin Cronin.
It’s the third in the trilogy so it will be wrapping up the story
that started with The Passage and continued with The Twelve.
I know when I start this book everything else will stop
and I have some other stuff that needs to be done.
I have a feeling there will be little sleep this week.
I also, gasp, cleaned the bathroom.
I mean from top to bottom.
Even took the light fixture down and washed it!
It looks so nice that now I don’t want to use it.
Then I went down to our Fitness Center to try to figure out
how to make room for a bike/elliptical.
It’s a small room with a treadmill, a weight contraption that is huge,
another thing I don’t know the name of that you do pull-ups on,
a bench, two weight racks, a big ball, a half ball thing, and a bookcase
that holds other odds and ends that exercisers use.
I know what bike/elliptical I want us to have but it is going to be tight.
But then, where there is a will there is a way and I really want the bike/elliptical.
And now here I am writing blog posts.
I’m so industrious.
So industrious that I am pooped.
So good night.
“There is no fun in doing nothing when you have nothing to do.” Jerome K Jerome
I have to disagree with Mr. Jerome. I love doing nothing and have fun while doing it. I think doing nothing is doing something. It’s just that it looks like nothing is being done. Not everyone can become good at this. It takes practice and determination to make doing nothing fun. I am very good at this. In fact, I have elevated having fun doing nothing to an art form. This art form is closely related to that of procrastination at which I am also very good. I don’t know which came first and seriously doubt that it matters. If you are good at one you are good at the other. It does take years to be better than good, to move into the Gold Medal class but the time it takes is fun-filled nothingness. Trust me I know of what I speak.