writing at 100,000 kilometers/hour, just sitting here
Okay! So how can I NOT COMMENT!?!--if I don't I'll need to go to therapy because I'll feel SOOO GUILTY that i haven't commented on all your wonderful sharings lately and that will take even more time than if I do comment, which I need to do because it will help me get my stuff done in a much more lovely and intelligent and fulfilling WAY!! I feel as if this post is MINE--as in MEANT for me to help me get my stuff done..part of which is laughing more..so, thank you for getting me and getting to me and through to me.Love!Stefalala
Getting my stuff done. Yeah, this is me. Too funny for words. Too true, so true, I'm crying. (from laughing) I see this happening on my death bed. Wait. Spilled the water taking a pain pill. Better swab that up so no one thinks I'm a slob when they find me dead. (too grim? sorry, didn't mean to be! still laughing)
Yes! Just the act of turning on my computer (which leads to blog reading and youtube watching) is a major inhibitor to "getting my stuff done".I'm going to work!I'm going to work!Really!
I just proved my last point. Intending to start "getting my stuff done" directly after I left the last comment. Instead I watch half dozen other 3 minute "Mere Existence" videos via your blog.Now I'm going... really! really???
I'm glad I'm not alone!Now I have to go take a nap because I'm too tired to get my stuff done...
I did the same thing Bink did!I have so much stuff to get done and I truly needed another distraction. I hate getting my stuff done. It must be the nature of stuff - that, and it multilplies while we sleep!
My brain in video format---I always wondered if it could be done!Except it misses the ADD part of me.You know, the part that has twenty-thousand sub-steps/digressions within each one of his little bits of getting things done?!That little white pill twice a day goes a long way toward helping with that, let me tell you:)!
ANON: It would be funny to see a version of this showing all the backchat the brain is constantly spouting.The brain noise could be a running line in the background.
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