I should be finishing up the flier for my October beach retreat and emailing it to people likely to want to be attend.
Instead, I am being my finest little ADD self and writing blogs while I am making fresh dog food and checking email and getting ready for a not-so-pleasant test (medical, not serious, don’t ask) and sorting green beans for snapping and working on my website and recharging my laptop and making a new To-Do list and flipping through a magazine.
Things that distract me…and allow me to procrastinate.
That is really not an accurate description of what I’m doing, though. Look at those things I AM doing, for heaven’s sake! I am being incredibly productive.
Just not in the way I need to be.
OK, OK. I’ll stop writing blogs and work on the flier.
But I’m still gonna finish up the dog food and green beans though…
Linda, how is it that we are all so much alike? Yes, I understand the neurological implications of ADD, but how does that explain that we have the same interests and enjoy the same types of things? Ok, a lot of people like to garden, but organic gardening? And why do we have such a strong drive to create something? A picture, a song, a silk flower arrangement, a new recipe, why are we such \