My roof may still leak and my office isn't painted, but in my defense... OK, I really don't have a defense, but isn't that picture hilarious?
Feels like finals week. I'm geeking on how well I can plan and document my trip on google maps (turn the wiki and photo layers on and it's like holy @!%$). I've got a big list of stuff to do before I leave.
Of course I'm doing the stuff I want to do, not the stuff I should be doing. The night before I left for Zambia I was on my hands and knees at 3 am trying to finish tiling my kitchen. I finished it, but to this day there is one mismatched tile in the middle of my floor. I was so bleary eyed and frantic I didn't notice it until it was too late to remove easily and I was too tired to care. I kind of like it though.
I don't know why I'm this way. I don' t know if it's immaturity, or selfishness or what but if I'm not in the mood to do something I just don't do it. If the mood strikes me though - watch out - I'm so productive I could hurt a sucka. I think that's what I would say in my defense. Just like with cycling, it's all about efficiency. Why do a task when I know I'm not going to be at my most productive doing it. Besides, if I was painting my kitchen right now I wouldn't know that there is a giant Unfinished Obelisk lying in the desert somewhere south of Aswan. How cool is that?