Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Early, or Late?


It was only a couple of posts ago that I quoted from myself on the subject of procrastination: "The only thing that cannot successfully be put off until a later time is procrastination."

Those of you who know me know that the above quote refers to people like myself, so you may wonder if the YouTube video I've embedded this time around is something I'd originally planned for about five months ago!

But it's not.

The latest post by my dear friend Betsy, the author of the My Five Men blog, contains a video which actually reminded me of the one below, one which -- IIRC -- was originally sent to me by my friend John.

To see -- well, "hear," actually -- the connection I speak of, of course, you'll have to read her post as well. I was going to place "her" video here to save you some time, but I didn't want anyone to think I was trying to... ummm... steal her thunder. There's a horrible pun in that last sentence, by the way, but to "get" it, you'll have to -- you guessed it -- go see Betsy's post! But please, do so. It's worth it. (Always is.) And it doesn't matter whether you finish this post before or after visiting Betsy's blog. The two videos aren't dependent on one another; there's just a neat connection, that's all.

Okay, I'll shut up now.


Thanks for the inspiration, Betsy! And to everyone else: Thanks for your time.

11 comments:

  1. An excellent complement to the wonderful video which Betsy has posted. The more of these anyone can find, the better

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  2. nice SF, way to strike while the iron is hot...smiles.

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  3. Heh, heh! I kept waiting for the shoe to drop on the "connection", and finally, there it was at the end. I've always liked Straight No Chaser.

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  4. It's PERFECT! Loved this...thank you! Big smile here...first time all day...feels great! ha. xo

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  5. Awesome...Christmas in June. I enjoyed the tie between them...

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  6. Beautifully posted Foxy. Similar but different. Love a good acapella. Funnily because Christmas is so hot here, we celebrate traditional northern Christmas in the mountains as Christmas in July. Must remember to play this one while we're digging in.

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  7. love it! Christmas rox! haha my smile could not be bigger, thanks for putting it there.

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  8. Sharp-Eyed ReaderJune 17, 2010 at 11:42 AM

    Man, you really screwed up THIS time! Christmas comes in December, not June! So sad...

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  9. @Sharp-Eyed Reader: Gee, good point. Maybe I should just delete the effin' thing.

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