My computer has been on the fritz lately, so unless I take the work-top home, I don't have a home computer. I was thinking last night that I need to edit pictures from vacation and work on my current pictures.
Then it hit me.
I have no current pictures.
I've been mourning the end of my vacation subliminally since we passed through Arkansas late that Saturday evening. The last picture on my camera is the sunset back when it used to keep us company until about 8:30 in the evening.
Almost two months have passed since I took a picture of any sort. I see photographic moments almost daily, and I have not captured these.
I attribute it to my put-it-off/forget-it tendency. At the most awkward times (in the shower, drying my hair, at 2am, driving to work) I think of things like, "Oh I need to put my camera in my bag so I always have it!" or "I haven't charged my MP3 player." I rarely follow through on my "ah ha" moments, though, and thus find myself picture-less.
The same goes for my writing. My grading. Making phone calls.
Things I am Thinking About NOW That I Haven't Done and Probably Won't Until the Last Minute:
Editing vacation pics
Printing vacation pics
Scrapping vacation pics
Printing "regular" pics
Working on scrapbook
Buying supplies for Christmas surprises
Making Mom an Eagles CD
Putting away garage sale stuff (FROM JUNE)
Fixing toilet handle in spare bath
I could go on, but I won't.
I need an intervention.