As following the Bible, Saturday is my day of rest. Granted, it seems to be a more reasonable practice than a holy one, but who has the patience to study seven days per week anyway? So, Sunday is back to work since it’s the first day of the week. And, on the subject of weekends and breaks, I’m pretty sure that Americans need to make up their damned minds. Either go to church on Saturday and keep your calendar, or make Sunday the last day of the week if you want to go to church so bad then. Silly inconsistencies. Good thing I have my own views of the work week: Sunday is the first day, Saturday is the last, so Saturday is the day of rest. That way, I get a day off at the end and beginning of each week. It’s rather revitalising.
And now today is Sunday and time to get down to business. The only problem is that I woke up at eight and still haven’t done anything–and it’s now seven hours later.
Maybe I need to stop reading things online and actually read my history textbook. Then, I’ll read my religions text book. And then half a chapter of psychology. Ugh. I need more tea from just thinking about, and I’ve already drunk five cups today. Which was a rather dumb idea since it made me jittery and unable to concentrate on anything.
So, now the fall from the caffeine has set me in a stupor, but I like it. It was completely needed to be able to function. Now, maybe I’ll finish up some things. Or maybe not. I enjoy procrastinating.
A goal would probably help; or a reward. I might just make myself finish history and religion before I allow myself to eat dinner. And dinner is left-over pasta, so that seems like a pretty good reward. I’ll stick with it.