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    Sobriquet 40.22

    Sunday, March 23, 2008
    Okay, so I said I was going to keep my entry brief yesterday before proceeding to ramble on for a few paragraphs. Today, however, I will stay true to my word and keep this on the short side. I kept the temptation to procrastinate at bay, so I finished virtually everything I'd set aside for myself to get done this afternoon relatively early, which afforded me the opportunity to spend my evening conversing over good, healthy food and diet soda (we all have our surfeits...). And, yeah, I am still loving Waiting for the Barbarians.

    For tomorrow: More of the same.

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  1. I'm proud of you for not procrastinating. As a total procrastinator, I know how tough it can be to fight that beast.

    While I have little clue as to what the book is about, I totally love the title.

    By Blogger minxy on 24 March, 2008
     
  2. Good job! I love to procrastinate too, but it's the best feeling when your work is done early and you can take the rest of the day off.

    I missed you yesterday, it's not the same without you. Hope I can visit you soon!

    By Anonymous Anonymous on 24 March, 2008
     

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