Friday, January 8, 2010

She's Back!



I worked the twelve step program and my system is now Wii free. I've hung up my zombie killing gun and mothballed my bowling shirt. I'm motivated and will be trying hard to move forward on Shifting Her World. I've got some new ideas for the opening, (thanks Misty!) and a plan of action for the rest.

I'm also motivated to take down the Christmas tree. Though maybe not too motivated. Everything has to get lugged back up to the attic and the first step to the attic is missing. Literally. I took a spill bringing stuff down last month and am a little wary now. Since I've reached this age, it takes a bit longer to heal. I try not to think about that when I ride my motorcycle.

So we'll see how long I can ride this wave of motivation. I might be able to ride it all the way to the complete annihilation of the sea monkeys still residing in my bath tub. Nah. I don't think there's a motivation wave that big. It'd have to be the Big Kahuna of all tsunamis for that.

8 comments:

Susan Kelley said...

Well you know with all the strange weather of the past you we could have a tsunami in central PA. Anytihng is possible so keep the MO going.

Haleine said...

Funny...you're living Wii free while I am about to plunge into the swirling vortex of Wii addiction.

Good luck keeping the motivation going.

Dan, Jr. said...

It's taken me years to do so, but I came up with the perfect way to avoid having trouble motivating myself to put away the Christmas tree. I just didn't put it up. Actually, it's always up, just in my basement storage room.

Kate said...

I've got to second Dan Jr. here. In my house, we avoided the post-holiday clean-up hassle by avoiding the pre-holiday decoration hassle. (Plenty of avoidance to go around.)

And, hey, no clean-up means more time wielding my Wiimote against the goomba invasion in Super Mario Bros. Wii. It's definitely among the top five games to buy if you never, ever want to be productive again.

Ava Quinn said...

Some day I will annihilate those sea monkeys, Sue. *shakes fist in general sea monkey direction*

Ava Quinn said...

Thanks, Melissa. Good luck with the Wii. And if you want to sign up for my lollipop bowling technique clinic you still have 24 hours to do so! (see Coming Down Off the Sugar for more information d:)

Ava Quinn said...

Brilliant, Dan! I may subscribe to your philosophy next year.

Ava Quinn said...

Smart, Kate. I'm for avoidance of any kind!

Ahh, those pesky, wily Goombas. A Mario player's work is never done.

I learned the hard way about the pitfalls of Wii and productivity. Here's hoping I can stay on the wagon where it's concerned.

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