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Finally - the perfect man! and....procrastinati

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Of course there is no perfect man... or perfect woman...but we try. I just thought this cartoon was really funny and wanted to share.

I have been completely overwhelmed lately!! Too much stress and too much to do both at work and in my personal life. So, what do I do??? I screw around on I don't have to do my real work. Some of my sparks stuff is incredibly valuable to me; some is fluff and nothing more than procrastination.

Ahhhh, yes.... life. I guess I need to get to it. Wish me luck....I need it. :)
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  • no profile photo LAUREN419
    We all procrastinate! I am the same way, I would much rather spend time on spark than mop the but I still have to do house cleaning later....sigh* the cycle of life and procrastination!
    4876 days ago
    I understand the overwhelm. Be good to yourself and do something for you! Thanks for the toon!
    4880 days ago
    Sonja, hang in there. It gets better with just takes time. Been there! Wishing you well.

    4887 days ago
    I agree with the blonde, great minds think alike ;)
    4887 days ago
    hope your having a kick arzz week!!
    4894 days ago
    I know what you mean about the stress!

    If we were betting, I'd bet on you. you'll make things work out.

    Hang in there!
    4895 days ago
  • NATAN2007
    lol ... we should have a jokes blog!... love that stuff!
    4895 days ago
    I love it... too funny, thanks for sharing it with us. I'm in your corner girl pulling for you!! I know what you mean about spark procrastination. I find I have to set a time limit while I'm on here or I get carried away and just get so inspired by reading everyone's stuff that next thing I know it's been a couple of hours.. not productive :( So I'm getting to it too. Have a great day.
    4895 days ago
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