Saturday, April 4, 2009

I am the Jedi Master of procrastination.

I am not even kidding, this is truth - fact even.

But before I go any further I must pay homage to my brilliant sensei.

He taught me well. (P.s. I chose the younger, Ewan McGregor version - I don't think I really need to explain why.)

So here it is the last week of classes; I have papers and projects up the wazoo and what did I do this weekend? I will tell you: NOTHING!

Okay, that isn't exactly true - I had a plan, and I did do a lot...just not things that I really needed to do. This weekend I: went grocery shopping, did laundry, did my nails (fingers and toes), cleaned out my email inbox, cleaned off my computer desktop, cleaned my bathroom, cleaned the kitchen - and then promptly dirtied it again, cooked Sunday dinner...the list goes on.

I told you I had skills.

It's okay to be jealous.


wendybird said...

Oh my gosh, I do the exact same thing when I have things I need to do. I've decided it's mental housecleaning. Who can concentrate on the must-do's when there are dishes to be washed . . . and toenails to paint. I'm sure Master Yoda would agree.
P.S. My fingernails and toenails were never better tended to than during college.

the lunch lady said...

I relate so can, master!

Elyse said...

um...technically I'm your sensei...seeing as how you stole "Jedi Master of ______" from me....

but whatev.

I only speak the truth.