Friday, November 07, 2008


I love waking up in the morning with the feeling that I can do anything I want to. That's been my morning feeling nearly every day since I retired three years ago. But I am beginning to realize that the reason I am getting less and less done is that I am so reluctant to give up that feeling that I won't commit to doing anything. I waft through the day, thinking but not doing.

Next paragraph would normally describe what I am going to do about it, but I am drawing a blank.


MagicBunnySlippers said...

Didn't Joseph Campbell say "follow your waft"? If he didn't, he should have.

Celayne said...

I have the same thing happen -- far too often. I think it is called "Making the job fit the available time".