Wednesday, April 25, 2012
I was replying to a team mail today about keeping record of our weight and general life style plan I replied I had mine on various bits of paper.
One Day I will get around to putting it all together. There are 2 phrases there I and others use a lot, ONE day. When is that One Day going to come along? Will tomorrow be any different to today? Next week maybe? Next Year? Sometime? never?
Getting round to it" there is another common phrase. Just what do I have to go round something to get to what I want to do? Is it an unmovable object?
I have begged my son to give up smoking. He answers "I will when the right time will be to stop, its not yet.! Will it be when he has lung cancer??
I have a friend who is going to start to lose weight...one day!
I am going to phone some one, when I have time
These phrases are used so much and become meaningless. General putting off something we don't want to think of.
I do intend to find that "One Day" very soon. Not the same day for doing all the things I am putting off, but can make a start now to"getting round" to finding"One Day" and making sure "The Time is Right"