April 17, 2010 by



Categories: What the heck was THAT?

I was gonna write about procrastination today…but I think I’ll do it tomorrow.

Musician. Composer. Recovering perfectionist. Minister-in-transition. Lover of puns. Hijacker of rock song references. Questioner of the status quo. I'm not really a rebel. Just a sincere Christ-follower with a thirst for significance that gets me into trouble. My quest has taken me over the fence of institutional Christianity. Here are some of my random thoughts along the way. Read along, join in the conversation. Just be nice.

2 Responses to Procrastination

  1. Heartspeak

    Journaling. Same thing. I know I 'need' to. I'd kinda like to even. But I don't have the patience to write it down so much. I'm a pretty good typist but I still think faster than my fingers. I can't read it when I handwrite it. And I get all bound up worrying about structure, how to index it, how to make it useable, so then I don't. Write. When I should. When I think of it. When I need to look up the chapter and verse of some text I'm referencing. I. Procrastinate. And. then. I. don't.


  2. Jeff McQ

    Apparently you do journal. Maybe you just do it on other people's blogs. 🙂 Kidding…

    Writing/journaling has always been something I have come to pretty naturally. Not so with my wife. But as part of her creative process she's been trying something new, something she read about…first thing in the morning, she opens her computer and writes whatever comes to mind, without really analyzing it, not worrying about spelling, grammar, etc.–just to get her mind working. Then she typically deletes it, because it's not for anything but mental and creative exercise. Seems to help her. Guess what I'm saying is that journaling, whatever that looks like for you, is for you first. Thanks for your remarks.

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