There I’ve said it. Yes I am a procrastinator. It’s really hard to avoid recognizing that, but I try :P. It’s so much easier to say, “I’m laid back”, “I like to go at my own pace”, but the ugly truth is I’m a procrastinator. Sigh.
I’ve known it for a long time, but I avoided thinking about it. However my youngest son is going to be going through a divorce and I told him I had two bedrooms and he was welcome to come stay with me to give him a chance to get back on his feet here. It meant finishing getting what was left of those boxes still in that second bedroom somewhere else. I have the room in closets and storage for the boxes, but I have put off doing something with those boxes saying I was going to go through them, until now I have to, I’ve only been in my apt for a year (did I mention I’m a procrastinator?), and I was eventually going to use that second bedroom for my sewing and craft room. But I never got around to doing it, so now my son will be able to stay in it, and eventually when he’s situated and on his own again, I will have an empty room to put my sewing and craft things in, but then I’m a procrastinator ;P.
Ok, the above is also appropriate for the blanket I’m working on for my grand daughter, yes, I do work on it and I only have about 3 1/2 skeins to go, but I really should be finished by now. I’ll stop letting things distract me this week and see just how far I can get, my grand daughter will be very happy, and probably very surprised if I actually get it finished, I mean I’ve only been working on it for about a year ;P.
Still looking for work, but at least that is one thing I am not procrastinating about, that’s one point for me anyway :). My car let me know a few weeks ago that it would not be taking me anywhere anymore. The steering rack has finally gotten so bad I’m afraid to drive it. I can’t complain, I only paid $500 for it about 4 1/2 years ago, so with some pampering, I did get my money out of it. 🙂 You forget how dependent on a vehicle you are until you don’t have one. I miss the independence that the car gave me, now I have to wait until someone can take me to grocery shop, or anywhere else I need to go. I do take the bus sometimes, but it’s a half a day to take the bus to Walmart to do some shoping and then wait for the bus to come back by and get home, which would have taken me about an hr to do before. And I can’t carry too much because I have a 5 block walk from the bus stop coming home. Sigh. I also had a week job from the temp agency a couple of weeks ago and I took the bus to work every other day (my daughter took me the in between days) and my son picked me up, or I wouldn’t have been home until about 7 to 7:30 pm. I had to get up pretty early to catch the bus and get to work an hr early because the next bus would have gotten me to work late. Funny all the things we take for granted. I’ll never take a car for granted again.