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Lazy Bones

I could blame my laziness on living in Abu Dhabi on an Island and not wanting to leave my apartment once I get in.But that would mean Im not taking responsibility for my action. Or inaction I should say. Ive been putting off pertinent things. Things that have to get done or X,Y,Z will not happen. And X,Y,Z are very important things. Procrastination is an ugly disease. Maybe I am a victim,lol.

So, rather than put on some shoes and a decent shirt I am here.Typing. I need passport pictures. I thought I had a couple but I couldnt tell you where they were if you offered me a million dollars. And to top it off, Im sure they will pop up after I go and buy some-which would entail going downstairs to the atm and then hunting for a parking space and getting the pics done.Mind you, the atm is DOWNSTAIRS and the shop is 15 mins from here-TOPS- with traffic.

yeah.lazy.

Sigh. Im going to look on my desk as thoroughly as is humanly possible for me. The same desk I searched the other day for something which I thought was lost somewhere only to have it pop up on said desk the very next day.

I should just suck it up and get moving. At least I dont have to drive to Dubai tomorrow. An angel picked up my kangaroos for me so now I can go back to triple banding first thing in the morning.

#getterduhn

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