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A lesson in procrastination
Sudie Crouch
When it comes to lolly-gagging, dilly-dallying, and dawdling, I am pretty hard to beat. Now, mind you, if I have a set deadline, I will meet it with time to spare. But, if you give me some loosey goosey time frame, I will put tasks off until the end of time, or at least the very last minute until I have to rush to finish. I was bad about doing this in school. Once, I had a project due for a countywide competition for the local schools. In order to do the project, I needed a certain book, which I did not have but another student in my class did. Granny called the student’s mother to see if she was finished using the book and was told no.