I don’t know what is going on with my schedule right now, honestly.
It’s been a weird couple of months.
I’m blaming it on my tablet. Ever since I got it, I have no time.
Or perhaps I should say I only have time for certain things.
Like reading blog posts. And writing blog posts. And commenting on blog posts. And responding to comments. And finding new blogs to follow and comment upon. And deciding to jump onto the bandwagon called National Novel Writing Month. Things like that.
On the other hand, I don’t have time for…
No. Definitely don’t have time for Spanish. How do you say hello again? Hoala?
Who even needs to know all that stuff anyway? I call this piece an arm and this one a leg and this is my eye. Clearly I know everything there is to know.
Ugh. Math. I hate math.
4. Reading books
This makes me sad.
There is something wrong with life when you don’t have time to read books.
But I haven’t read anything in… forever. I haven’t visited a library in… forever. I haven’t checked anything out of a library in… longer than forever.
5. Interacting with humans
Let’s not be coy. I rarely interact with humans even on the best of days.
6. Brushing my teeth
This may seem random to you, but there was actually a night not too long ago where I thought to myself, “Eh, I don’t feel like it. I’m too tired. I have other things to do – I don’ have time to brush my teeth.”
There is something wrong with this picture.
7. Cleaning my room
Ew. Do not look at my room right now. It is not a happy place.
8. Writing my book
Which is ironic, since I joined that lovely bandwagon called National Novel Writing Month.
I enjoy contradicting myself. Apparently.
What’s up, people? Time flying? Do you have enough time? Or is time precious and hard to come by these days for you as well? This one’s important: are you brushing your teeth regularly? What is being pushed aside? What do you still find time for, somehow?