Sky dance. The Swallowtail Tiger Butterfly Came back again today accompanied by a friend, although after watching them for a while it appeared they were far more than friends.
Today is the highly anticipated post planning day when all the information from your preplanning day, and your planning day are brought together into one big almost incomprehensible plan.
Post planning is all about correcting any problems with your previous plans, adding anything left out of your preplanning and planning plans, and planning on getting all of your plans into one big plan called your "Master Plan"
Your Master Plan should be written down so as not to forget any aspects of your plan. Typing paper, napkin, or toilet paper, will all work, it just depends on where you go to do your best planning. The important thing is to get it written down before you forget any of your plans and have to start preplanning all over again.
I have found that the best way for me to develop a Master Plan is to sit in my easy chair with a cup of coffee next to me and meditate for several hours. Sometimes I don't finish my meditation until well after my bedtime which means I will have to sleep until almost lunch the next day to make up for the sleep that I lost that night.
Don't expect to achieve that kind of meditation without years of practice, the kind of meditation I use is called "Deep into Yourself" meditation, and is so deep casual observers will often mistake it as being asleep.
Tomorrow if all the steps have been followed properly and a sensible, cohesive, somewhat comprehensible master plan has been developed, we will switch from the mental aspects of my DIY project to the physical part and this is the part that separates the professional from the amateur, the men from the boys, the boys from the girls, and the real girls from the girls that don't like bugs.
I'm not sure if this is a Butterfly or a Moth. Either way I thought he was cute. He must be from Canada, he has two hockey sticks on his head.