Spur of the Moment

It's good to be spur of the moment. This morning, I was all set to do laundry after work, then go to the gym. After I'd eaten dinner and put the laundry in the washer, a friend I hadn't seen in quite a while texted me, asking if I was interested in getting drinks.


These are the moments that makes life great. I could have said "Sorry, it's too last minute, I can't go." But instead, I responded that I'd meet them in a half hour - so I could get my wet clothes into the dryer, then head off. At least, I would be coming home to clean, dry clothes that could be folder later. I worked out in the gym on Monday, and even though I planned on working out tonight, that's the way life goes. I'm glad I got to spend time with friends.

It's also a good lesson about procrastination. I was thinking on Sunday that perhaps I'll go to the gym on Tuesday instead of Monday, but by Monday I though I ought to go and not slack off. That decision certainly made my Tuesday change of plans much easier to accept without feeling guilty of having another day go by without going to the gym. Perhaps this idea of not procrastinating should permeate other parts of my life!


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