A wandering herd of horses were having dinner in my yard late yesterday afternoon which gave me the perfect opportunity to take a few pictures without having to expend any energy whatsoever.
It was an okay day today with mid 60s for a high, but the real story is for the next 10 days its going to be in the mid-70s and low 80s, and I think after that it's going to be so late in the season that there won't be any more cold fronts coming through. But I can't actually complain about the 60s because in the Colorado mountains where I used to live they have 2 feet of snow on the ground right now.
Today was a lazy day where I sat around a lot and didn't do much of anything, in other words it was a normal day. There's things I need to do but I've become very adept at putting things off that I need to do. I was always pretty good at putting things off but I've now reached another skill level where I feel no guilt, shame, or concern, about putting off things that I need to do.
In the world of procrastinators I've reached a level achieved by very few. Any amateur can procrastinate but it takes years of practice and many hours of meditation to approach the level of procrastination that I've attained.
Most beginning procrastinators put off trying to reach a higher level of procrastination, which is a good start. It's easy for neophyte procrastinators to put off the little unimportant things but you can't call yourself a real procrastinator until you put off calling the fire department when your house is on fire. Or your appendix just exploded in your belly and you decide you'll call your doctor the first chance you get. Or you put off calling your favorite campground until July 3 to get a reservation for the 4th.
In the hierarchy of procrastinational abilities there is only one level higher than that which I've achieved and that is the ability to put off dying until you get around to it. Legend has it only one person has managed to attain that level of procrastination and the world will never know who it is because that person will never get around to telling anyone.