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February 22, 2006


I had a whole big plan stretched out in front of me. Couldn't sleep after having attempted a civil bedtime with Keith just after midnight, so I got out of bed 'round 1:20am and began doing a bit of work (I know, I know) and the rounds at the blogs and such.

Then I made a gluten-free mini-pizza.

And while I worked on it (It's a three-stage process that requires a lot of back-and-forth to the kitchen.), I composed a brilliant entry on one of my new favorite things, which I can't wait to blog about, but which is also pretty involved, therefore composing the entry will take some time. Okay, fine. Fair enough. Let's do that tonight. What a great project!

So, I begin as I always do. I search the Internet for an appropriate image file to put up. That takes awhile. Then I find a few pages I want to be sure to include (link-wise) in the blog, in case readers have questions or want to know what has inspired me so. Fine. Somewhere in there, I finish the prep on the pizza, eat it up, and watch an episode of Sex and the City (Kiki, it is the "I Have Cancer" episode ["The 'Ick' Factor," for the purists among you] and I am crying like I did the first two times I saw it. Such a happy thing, TV.), all while mentally composing this amazing blog entry on how inspired I've become by my new favorite thing.

And then fullbellyitis sets in. A sleeping kitty to my right reminds me that it is really quite late and sleeping feels so nice, especially when you're all curled up to someone warm and loving. So, I miss my husband and our warm bed. I decide to bookmark all of the places I had open in tabs, all set for quick-link-making. I delete the watched episode from my TiVo, post this little nonsense post instead of posting nothing, and head off to brush my teeth and go back to bed.

And by doing this, I am exercising EXACTLY the art I have learned to embrace (and hope to master) and that I cannot wait to share with you all: THE BLISS OF INEFFICIENCY. It has changed my life. And I'm now addicted to inefficiency.

I simply cannot wait to tell you all about it.


Posted by bonnie at February 22, 2006 3:16 AM


I feel blessed that someone is finally realizing my bliss and embracing it. LOL!

Posted by: Aleta at February 22, 2006 9:03 AM

Cannot wait to hear either. Does this have anything to do with being thankful of who you are and realizing that there're times when you need to give yourself a break, because sometimes people do not see that your heart is in there, and just how much you want to succeed? Phew, OK take a breath... Smiles

Posted by: PameLa at February 22, 2006 9:37 AM

don't be TOO inefficient, dear. It can be a huge baddie.

Posted by: Ed R at February 22, 2006 2:29 PM

Um, knowing you. I'm not so sure this is going to last too long. Efficiency is just too damn natural for you. ;) But, enjoy it nontheless! Teehee!

Posted by: Debra at February 22, 2006 5:53 PM

So tell already!
can't wait.

Posted by: Suzer at February 22, 2006 9:14 PM