Impulsive

Indebted Eternally

Originally posted on Facebook–September, 2011

Maybe it’s just me, but the responsibilities of life seem to occupy twenty-five hours of the day. Margin only seems to apply to the space between the edge of a sheet of paper and the typeface—and even that has diminished! With the advent of the Facebook era, there is always some event on the horizon, asking me if I am “attending,” “not attending,” “maybe attending”—and if I choose to be negligent, it is “awaiting response.” If I decide to pass on one event, there are usually multiple alternatives. Occasionally, people will send an e-mail, or an evite, or—get this—call; asking me to invest my time with them. Word-of-Mouth has been amplified through social networking; requiring me to filter through the clutter and be intentional with how I prioritize my time and make commitments. And if you don’t request my time with at least three weeks…

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