Saturday, May 31, 2008

Whole lot of nothin'

I worked out. Like a crazy person. Then I ate cheese and had a beer.

Oh well.

I don't suppose I can create a whole blog post around my fattitude, my apathy, and my fatigue, so I leave you with this one question:

What is the one thing you want to do more than any other? And why aren't you doing it?


See you tomorrow.

9 comments:

Rick(y) said...

One thing? Just one thing? I'd like to draw a few Graphic Novels, write and perform music (that I like), and to get myself into the shape I was when I could truthfully call myself a martial artist.

a)I'm still learning and next week I'm starting a couple of illustration/comics classes to get myself in artistic shape for the books.. so, I guess I am doing that one.

b)I can't stand the music I try to write and so I don't, leaving me with very little songwriting/performance experience and no confidence at writing songs I like. I'm working on it.

c)I have no excuse. I have all the time in the world to do this and I don't. It'd be easier if I had someone there with me, though, I don't need it.

Annie said...

Like rick(y) I have more than one, but I will pick the one that stands out:TRAVEL
There are several reasons, lack of money, lack of time off from work and four animals that I have not been able to find a good sitter for.
Where would I go first? That is a toss up between Paris and some island somewhere nice.

Ki said...

I would like study theology for ministery. I'm not doing it because I believe that my duty to my children trumps it . . . for now. But they do turn 18! Woot!

LizB said...

Like Ki, I want to go back to school. If I finish my master's degree, I will make more money teaching. Money is always a factor, but I think sloth is an issue too. :/

P said...

I want to find a career I love. That's not happening because of apathy, mental sloth, and a whole lotta confusion.

Finn said...

Make a living as a fiction author. Why am I not doing it? Because when I have time to write for me, I'm too wiped out. And when I'm not wiped out, I don't have time.

Kate P said...

Be a published, successful author, and be able to do it full time. The biggest reason I haven't is because (1) I've needed time and the frame of mind to do it/commitment, and (2) I've been doing something else to buy the cat food until it happens (thereby canceling #1). But I'm hoping the career change will ease #2 and facilitate #1.

Runner-up: Be married and have a family. I can't explain that one, though.

Effortlessly Average said...

The one thing I want is to hear from someone I care about.

Why aren't I doing it? I've been trying, but it's not all up to me, is it?

123V said...

Because "Loafed around, drank whiskey and ate Cheetos" just doesn't look very good on a resume.