Procrastinating about Dr. King

“I sit here, a rainy Monday…”

So, here I am reading about procrastinating in my textbook and why people do it when I happen to notice something on my website. Yes I am multitasking! Anyway, I noticed I started a draft of a post for Martin Luther King Jr., but I never finished it. I remember now that I was going to do a post on that day. The problem? All I wrote was, “I sit here, a rainy Monday” and all there is. I have no idea what I was going to say. WordPress says that my last edit was on January 18, 2010 at 2:08pm.

This is the kind of thing that really bugs me. First off, how could I only write six words and then take a break? Did my computer freeze or was the six words just too much for me so I had to take a break and then forget to continue the post. It’s kind of late to do any kind of post about Dr. King now I suppose.

While it is true that I find myself busy all the time doing school work, dealing with life’s issues, and finding time to relax to relief the stress I do find sometimes that I get preoccupied with life. My priorities seem to change too much. So, here I am making a short post about all this in part to break a month long procrastination of blog posting. I guess it’s a good thing that I don’t get paid to blog. Hmm, I wonder, are there people who get paid to blog?

One thought on “Procrastinating about Dr. King

  1. Haha, well… I think you should turn that opening into a zany, sci-fi adventure featuring you and a time-traveling Martin Luther King SR..

    No, that'd be silly.

    For me, I've tried just personal blogging, and I've tried purely presentational writing… and I like it best combining the two for my site. That keeps me in a place where I can pretty much always write about something – either for entertainment or about my life.

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