October 18, 2007


I have an assignment due tomorrow. For once it's actually an interesting assignment, but does that reflect on my ability to actually do it? Um, No.

I have to write a bunch of science lesson plans for 3-8 year olds. I love science, the whole finding out how God made things in the earth work fascinates me. I even have some good ideas on what to write. But they just. don't. seem. to. get. written.

I spend a lot of time staring at my open word document. I spend time gathering the information. I spend time NOT getting distracted by all the other fun things on the net. I spend a lot of time looking out the window and forgetting I have an assignment to do.

I even spend time updating my blog.


Rebekah said...

I can understand this completely! I'm working on an e-book that I hope to have finished by the end of the month, and I'm having the hardest time actually writing it, even though I have plenty of thoughts for it. I'll open the document and look at it, then post on my blog, or on a message board, or send an e-mail. And an hour later, close up shop feeling like I worked on my book, when in truth, I didn't do anything worthwhile! :)

Erin said...

I know! you always feel like you've done something, but theres nothing to show for it :)