We are into ice this morning - ice that has caused the cancellation of some events and the delay of others.
I stuck my nose outside this morning and yes, yes it is cold. According to the weather, it is 30 F outside right now. It has been colder for sure, but it certainly feels much colder than it is. We are, apparently, under a "Winter Storm Watch" until noon today with a mix of "Wintry Precipitation", whatever that means.
How remarkable for once this is a morning that I have little to do and yet I am not anxious to be doing something. This is the opposite of problem of what I usually face: having too much to do and too little time to do it in.
You think I would be reveling in this more.
I have these large swings in energy and activity, it seems, going from "I need to be about everything" to "I have the interest in doing very little even thought I have the time". This makes it very difficult to accomplish anything of actual value, because one is sliding from one extreme to the other, making progress in spurts rather than a long steady drive in a direction.
Is it trying to do too much? Possibly - this is always a potential consideration. Or is it that I tend to substitute sleep for activity and tire myself out midweek? Also a possibility. Or can it be that simply will not decide on doing these things first and these things second because I do not want to lose the ability to do any of them? That could be as well. Or a combination of them all.
But the reality is this: we are at the end of February and I am making very little process on anything at all. And that is not a state of affairs that is either productive or can last.