Category Archives: procrastination

Catching Up in New Zealand

First, my profuse apologies for not updating this more.  I’ve been writing, but writing fiction, not blogging. That’s been taking a lot of my time. The good news is I’ve written something like 130,000 words since last July. But very few of those words ended up in this blog. Whether Read On..

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Rhymes with "Generator"

A larger and considerably cleaner generator than ours. So does anyone have a good phrase for me that rhymes with “Generator Oil Leak” because I’m thinking Bad Poetry in the Epic format may be the only way to make this entertaining. One of the reason that our blog posts have Read On..

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All I’ve Got to Do

That seems to be the rallying cry of so many of my boat projects.  I’ve got the propane upgrade mostly done…all I’ve got to do is drill a hole through the boat and run a wire from the solenoid to a switch and connect up the new oven.  The new Read On..

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Motivation…Calling Matt Foley!

“If you don’t get all that Teak re-done by May, you might end up spending your whole summer in a VAN, down by the RIVER!” I’m finding it REALLY easy to find things to do that do not involve digging teak caulk out of my deck. The biggest excuse of Read On..

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