Procrastination

January 30, 2009 // Posted in Uncategorized  

in the wee morning they arrive.

in the wee morning they arrive.

 sucidal?

give me your huddled masses.....

Heaven's Gate?

Heaven's Gate?

Procrastination:

n.

[L. procrastinatio: cf. F. procrastination.]
The act or habit of procrastinating, or putting off to a future time; delay; dilatoriness.

Procrastination is the thief of time.

Young.
I must agree with this quote: “Hard work pays off in the future, but laziness pays off NOW.”
This phenomenon not only plaques the art community it seems to haunt Christmas follower, too. I’ve been in a “do it tomorrow” phase and my first line of defense has kicked in. Recognition over denial is a healthy approach for the “thief of time”. I wonder what’s the breaking point for those wanting to rid themselves of X-trees but they’re still caught up in the furor of the Christmas spirit? Certainly not New Year’s Day or EpiphanyDay. The last couple of days.I have witness multiple sightings of semi- naked tree appearing near city garbage cans, in tree beds, barren and most times oddly on their sides. The exodus picked up momentum during Martin Luther King Weekend. We’ve already passed the month mark and they still appear. Night watches are definitely in order but I’ve already wasted too much time with this entry. That tomorrow yawned into today that I bleeped away..

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