Waking to things that need fixed – suddenly noticing blind-spots, started but not finished, every postponed or delayed item.
Dents I make, so small.
I don’t have to go far to see things I’ll go through when I get time, need culling, sorting, disposing …
Strewn everywhere in my life – many forms of disguise – things I haven’t finished, I’ll get ’round to, waiting-on, for some reason I’ve long forgot.
Or no reason at all.
Old quote to the effect “a year after we’ve moved, we should toss out the boxes we’ve not yet opened”.
Can’t get to them.
Today’s deadline, tomorrow’s delivery of yesterday’s promise, finishing that report I’ve been dragging my feet on too long.
Simple solution: start fewer things
The better solution by far is: finish more things …
column written/ published from Calgary, AB
morning walk: 5C/41F, clear – fantastic sunrise, Gusta amazed how far I walked (me too), foot much improved, gait still ankle/knee sore/lumpy, but energy seems to bubble better without piercing pain. Not done, not finished, but much improved!
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