This made me laugh and also reflect on how true it is for me (blush)
I also immediately thought of my husband. He is SO not a time waste kind of person. *Okay, maybe he did spend a bit of time playing the Wii from Oct. - Dec. but in all fairness, it was my anniversary gift to him and I did enjoy playing with him* But seriously, this guy has always been the sun-up-till-sun-down kind of guy as long as I've known him. My girlfriends and I have a good giggle sometimes at how he goes and goes all day, but can fall asleep at the drop of a dime once he sits down. Sometimes even in the middle of a party. He is a productive person. This past Saturday, I was having fun taking photos of a sweet baby girl, and he was outside working with concrete.
Not because he had too, but because he wanted to. He enjoys being busy. He is always thinking. Always planning. I love that about him. I strive to be more like that. I procrastinate. It's no secret. He can too, of course, but with things like putting the laundry away. I can sit on my hands, er rather, the internet wasting hours of precious time - with every intention of "working" - and then complain when I don't have enough time. He gets that about me and encourages me in the best way possible. By example. I appreciate that so much about him. If tables were turned, I cannot promise I would be the same. Patient. But he is.
So today, on Leap Day I want to go out on a limb. I'm not sure how well I will do or if I will fail miserably, but I am going to try. Try not to waste time. To be productive. To make the very best of the day while the sun is shining. Relish in the minutes of time well spent.
Leap Day. Mine will be most likely spent like any regular work-week day, but I will make a concerted effort to make it count.
I will report back tomorrow on how I did.
What are you going to do with your extra day in the year? I'd like to see/read about it if you have photos or stories. Please share!
Thanks for dropping by :)