I think Comcast is in cahoots with the freezer. The freezer decided it was time to be defrosted ALL BY ITSELF, exactly one week ago. I wonder what's next.
Can we say procrastination? Obviously one of us can't. Or, wait. Maybe one of us can.
I used to clean out my inbox but then I saved a bunch of important emails and now I wonder why they were important. Here are some of the subjects of emails I've saved:
"The papers are coming, the papers are coming - retreat~~~" I opened this one up and I still don't know why I should retreat or what papers. But, it must be important because I saved it.
"Fat Burning Tips"
"Hello Liney ;-)" I emailed this person and it bounced and I have no way of contacting her. I'm sad. She was an email friend from long ago.
"The University of Poland science students digital clock ." This one had a link, Go here. It's pretty neat, actually.
"This week's report." This was from a friend who has since died, unexpectedly, just a few months after she retired. I am sad thinking of her.
"Help" I did. I don't know why I still have that email. Maybe I wanted to be reminded that I helped, who knows?
"Spam Alert: RE: Spam Alert: FW: Wed. Lecture!!!!" This has too many exclamation points for me to take it seriously. I mean, seriously. Three? I'm not saving an email with three exclamation points.
"Lips recipe." It's a raw recipe for stuffed mini peppers that she calls "luscious lips."
"Three keys to personal power." I opened this one. "Your Emotions Are Contagious--Key one: The first power you can develop is enthusiasm. The Key To Charisma--The second personality power that you can develop is expertise, or competence. Prepare Thoroughly For Every Event--The third power of personality that gives you charisma in the eyes of others is thorough preparation, detailed preparation, prior to undertaking any significant task." And on and on....
"Salsa Lessons." I'm to tired to Salsa.
"Marriage Builders." This one came from my friend who should have been a researcher. EVERYTHING fascinates her. This web site it actually pretty good. It's for helping marriages.
"Getting more control of Tip # 4"--This one intrigued me so I opened it and guess what? Tip number four was..."STOP PROCRASTINATING." and then it gave a quote: "The greatest amount of wasted time is the time not getting started." -- Dawson Trotman
With that I will close this post and hope not to read any more reminders from the past. Good grief. How many hints do I need, I wonder?