Monday, February 14, 2005

WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG?!!!

Okay. I am honestly trying to have people visit my blog and read on, plus comment. I just seem not to be able to get it going. So l have stopped complaining. I am reading everything that would help my blog get read. Anyways, the last few days have been interesting.
I am at a place you call the'doing part.' This is the place where you do what appears in your diary. No postponing or anything like that. But of course the postponing is kinda getting the best of me. Seeing l have a status meeting coming up on Thursday, my days are filled with making sure what l said l would do is actually done. That is the advantage l have found with having someone to be accountable to. It gets tough at some point because the speed alone can actually take you up and down a mountain.
Today l got stalled coz the IT guy was working on my comp. Okay usually l would find something else that needs doing then l would roll on. But today, l just wanted to work on the comp. I was just taken aback. I need to think straight. I need to keep going. I think l stalled somewhere and l need to start all over again. Don't you ever wish that every day was a holiday? But that Bible verse that talks about laziness couldn't be more real about poverty grabbing you like a thief. Okay am done talking about how bad things are or how tough it is reaching my goals is. Lets just get to it.

3 comments:

Mentalacrobatics said...

Sasa! Nice writing! The Kenyan Blogs Webring will bring people to your site , thanks for joining by the way! Please send me a email at hi@mentalacrobatics.com and we'll get you started (we have to upload the webring code on to your blog.) have a good day!

Mama JunkYard said...

A lovely blog!

Karibu blogsphere..and just to echo Mental..thanks for joining KBW.

If you want people to visit...try visiting other blogs and leaving a comment on two (be sure to leave you blog details pia)

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