You know, I say on this very blog, very often, that I have good intentions but I fail to execute the given task. So, here’s another round of the photo a day challenge that I probably won’t do.
To be fair, I did do Day 1. You, now.
And because it’s easy, I might even do Day 17. In my fridge. It appeals to me because I don’t even have to leave home for that one.
Ok. In all seriousness, the point of this post is I really have to stop being half-arsed about everything. If I make a commitment, I have to follow through. I really have to get myself organised and sorted and stop making excuses for my laziness. So there. It’s out there. Let’s see if I can get my act together.
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I did this for one month & it's DANG HARD WORK…not the easiest thing to start the committment thing with, I don't think. Stick with big stuff – like a successful marriage, kids that are fed, clothed & watered [if you have them???!!!]…much easier:):):) Just joking… good luck, anyways:):):)
LOL! I know it will be hard work, I am thinking of it like a running challenge: it won't be easy, but the results will be worth it! Now, where did those children get to…
Soooo…you've had the run….taken the photo…worth it???!! LOVE your take on in the fridge. Very clever:):):) Is the M7 Sydney way. We've got the F3 up here & I reckon the car fumes would choke you before you finished running!!!!
Yep the M7 is down here in Sydney. It has a dedicated cycle and walking path. Fumes wise, it's not too bad, but I've never been on it in peak hour, so I can't say for sure! LOL!