Well it’s only been a month since my last post. Not bad considering how busy I have been getting through the end of study while working at the same time. My procrastination is pathological in proportions! And I spend time thinking about it and at this point I think it has to do with how I don’t seem to feel any sense of satisfaction when I finish something big. Normal people I imagine would pat themselves on the back or celebrate in some small way but I tend to just feel flat and a bit tired.
I do really enjoy the feeling of having the whole day open — nothing to do — and then squandering it doing absolute bullshit. I think I enjoy knowing there’s a bunch of things I still need/want to do, and could potentially get around to doing them tomorrow.
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I don’t remember this tree flowering as much as this, this time last year.
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I do like mornings this time of year when the weather’s on the upramp and there’s a bit of humidity in the air. I really should spend more time in the backyard.