Life in Poland

I know you’ve been waiting.

Yep, I‘m a procrastinator. I totally procrastinated this one. You’re probably a procrastinator too (If I’m going down, I’m taking you with me). I mean we’re all procrastinators in at least some aspect of our lives. You can call somebody a procrastinator, right? It’s not offensive to say that somebody procrastinates. It’s not the same as calling somebody lazy (although I’m pretty lazy as well). The same words exists in Polish “prokrastynować” so at least Professor Miodek would understand what you’re saying. Be careful though when calling a Polish person a pedestrian. They’ll think you said something else entirely and you’ll have some explaining to do.

I know you’ve been waiting to contact me. Now you can thanks to the comment form I finally added to Kielbasa Stories. I know how strong the desire to contact me has been over the years by the sheer volume of e-mails I’ve received since I added the form two weeks ago. All that pent-up need. All those words gone unsaid. Yep, I hear you. All none of you, hee, hee, because Kielbasa Stories hasn’t received any messages yet. Not even from the crazies but they usually just post a comment saying that I am an idiot and then they move on.
So cheers to me for finally completing a task that has been on my to-do list forever. Check!

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    August 22, 2014 at 2:01 pm

    Made me think what thing-that-I-have-been-meaning-to-complete-that-seems-like-a-huge-task-but-would-probably-take-me-half-an-hour to give a try now (as the list is looooooooong). That is, you've made me feel guilty of my procrastination (that I am usually really proud of having accomplished so much in the field :D).

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    August 24, 2014 at 6:50 am

    Fiona-I am glad to oblige. I find that the majority of my to-do list tasks relate to cleaning something. Maybe if I procrastinate long enough I can wait til my kids are older and give them the tasks on my list as chores.

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