procrastination is the thief of time…..

Procrastinating much been have I?

(“procrastination is the thief of time” proverbial saying, mid 18th century, meaning that someone who continually puts things off ultimately achieves little. The saying comes from Night Thoughts (1742–5) by the English poet and dramatist Edward Young (1683–1765)

I mean, yes ok, I do have a tendency towards overthinking things. But, your honour, I am visualising darling, visualising.

I have been working, I promise you, and here is the progress of a little one I have just done. It is the view of a field that I see every day on my way to work. For years it was just the two trees, then one day the wind turbine appeared, looming on the horizon. It made me jump every day for about a week and then I got used to it. Now I quite like it.

Progress

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