I am not currently procrastinating homework. Why on earth would I ever do that? Exactly. I wouldn’t.
I did not have two very awkward moments today. One of them is not going to be something I am teased about for at least the next week nonstop. I have not overanalyzed that particular situation more than once, and I do not have Psalm 37:4 running through my mind so I don’t go crazy.
Delight yourself in the LORD
and he will give you the desires of your heart.
I did not play my first serious game of soccer in two and a half years today. I did not do fairly well for having been exercise free those past thirty months. I did not get kicked in the foot bone and I do not expect to wake up tomorrow without the ability to walk properly. I would not be making this assumption based on prior experience. It’s foresight I have plenty of, not hindsight. Anyway, I did not enjoy playing, I did not strangely enjoy the feeling of not being able to breathe because I’ve been playing so hard, and I did not strangely enjoy the smell of salt from the sweat as I showered afterwards.
Nope. That would be incredibly disgusting, even for an athlete.
I did not get in a crazy singing mood yesterday and if I had I would certainly not be blogging about it. I am not incredibly jealous that I can’t sing like Kelly Clarkson. This has very little to do with vocal talent (I’ve been told I have a good voice, but I don’t particularly agree or disagree with that), and much more to do with the fact that the vocal range she has in her chest voice is much higher than mine, so I have to switch between chest voice and head voice all the time when singing and it’s just plain frustrating.
I am not having an incredibly selfish desire for familiarity. I do not desperately need to see one of my friends from high school right now.
I am still not procrastinating my homework. It’s only Latin verb conjugations. The strange thing is, I am not enamored of languages enough that for me to sit and conjugate verbs all day would not be akin to me sitting down and watching television. I do not occasionally have the strange urge to do verb conjugation evaluations (VCEs) in Spanish, which has sixteen verb forms.
I am listening to Joy Williams’s “God Only Knows” right now. The chorus goes:
God only knows all your broken pieces
Only He knows what you’re going through
God only knows what you hide inside
And He’s holding onto you
God only knows
I do not plan to put this song on repeat henceforth. I did not just use the word “henceforth” in a blog post. I did not just put “God Only Knows” on repeat.
I am not losing my mind, and this blog post is not proof. Till next Monday… not.