- Planning sequences to teach for yoga
- Tutoring prep
- Getting reading done for yoga
- Buying things (in the form of I see things I like and then "think about them")
I will spackle something, sand it down, apply another layer, sand it down ... I will do this for days. I will try to make it perfectly smooth even though the house is full of old bedsheets as dropcloths, rags, gloves, dust.
It is my house and my project and I can take as long as I want.
But what happens when I finish?
And that is the saga of my bedroom. I pulled out the carpet nearly two years ago. And it sat there. I painted but I didn't get molding put up or the floor refinished.
And now the floor is finished and what is keeping me from moving in?
Oh, I need to touch up the baseboards.
So why am I touching up the baseboards in the hall and downstairs?
How am I going to get the closet door back on?
Do I even want doors for the big closet? What else could I put there?
Can I put up molding myself or do I need help (almost surely I do, even if it is just someone to hold things while I nail them)?
What happens when I am finished?
How many days has this blog entry been sitting in limbo?
Why don't I want to get there?