It's WOW time again!
We've had all week to think of our all-time favorite WOW-related assignment or task. Wow, did I make it hard or what? Who'll be the first to admit to procrastinating?
Not I, lol!
First off, no one procrastinates without due cause. I've had a due cause -- two, actually. A sweet one-year-old visitor last week and my kitchen project this week. But all's not lost. Both circumstances actually revealed my all-time-favorite WOW-related task. Preparation and organization. Oops, let me narrow these two down to just one all-time favorite, as promised.
I cannot function without proper preporganization. I might wait until the last minute, but I always preporganize. The rewards are priceless.
I was able to enjoy our little guest because the house was clean and everything was in its proper place. Preporganization allowed our little visitor the sweetest of visits. Preporganization allowed our care of him to be most enjoyable. (Feeling almost too swell at the moment. Somebody please pinch me.)
I don't enjoy cleaning or shopping (or anything, for that matter)... unless I can preporganize!
Tearing my kitchen apart is a nasty job (and usually calls for further procrastination)... unless I can also preporganize! The right amount of time, rags, cleaner, and new storage containers can make any kitchen project especially rewarding.
Once I have one room all purged, cleaned and organized, I want to move on to the next and do likewise; and then move on to the next, and then the next, and so on... for ever.... all because of my great love for my all-time favorite
Okay. Thanks. :-)
All joking aside. Purging crannies, decluttering spaces, organizing areas, and cleaning under-in-and-above seems to really and truly clear my head and heart for more important things like faith and love.
And here I was... or was I there?
And there I was, thinking that my all-time favorite task or assignment was writing (or reading). I never would have guessed it to be preporganization.
Christ told his disciples not to be anxious about tomorrow, but he never said not to consider tomorrow. Intelligent problem solving demands careful consideration of the future effects of present solutions. R.C. SproulAnd now it's your turn. Link your WOW post below, and show us your all-time favorite WOW-related task or assignment. Oh, and don't forget to visit other WOW-worthy friends with a kind word or two (or three). :-)
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