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National Procrastination Week

The week of March 9 has been designated as National Procrastination Week. I wonder who in the world came up with that one?

OK, let's see. What can this baby boomer diva put off during the week?

1) No laundry

2) No housework

3) No sex

4) Don't do any work on the computer

5) Don't pay bills

6) Don't exercise

7) No cooking

8) Don't take any phone calls

9) Don't do Bible study

10) Stop eating



Magnolia said…

Stopping in to say hello and thanks for the links to your blogs.

I noticed you have a pic of Natalie Cole in your sidebar. She's been one of my favorite artists for many years. She's lived a hard life, but has come out on top. She's just class in my book.

I've added you to my blogroll. I didn't think you would mind.
Karlyn said…
hahaha.. three of those would be very difficult to let go of for a week. The rest can wait. Which three? I'm not telling. :)
Beverly said…

They're probably the SAME THREE I'm thinking of! :)
Melodieann said…
Fabulous! I can use this as an excuse to put off several of things on your list that I'd like to forget about. Do you think I can get by with this? "I'm sorry honey. I know I didn't cook dinner this evening. I thought we could go out to celebrate National Procrastination Week." I LIKE it!
Eileen Williams said…
What a concept! I love this call for procrastination--it's one thing I won't put off!

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