It’s easy to sit and imagine what I’d like to happen.
It’s harder to do, because there’s an element of risk.
Sitting here is quite safe, and really, if it doesn’t work out,
I can later say, “But I didn’t do anything.” And it’s true.
So, since I’m sitting here, I’ll think about the things
I want to do, or at least the things I’ve considered doing.
At some point, I’ll wonder what the first step is to do
one of these things, but there isn’t any harm in wondering,
because I haven’t done anything. Yet.
I haven’t moved from a general area, and I haven’t tried
so I don’t have to have any anxiety about that.
All I actually have to do is…nothing.
I don’t have to do anything.That should be a good feeling.
But what happens if I don’t do anything?
Nothing will have gotten done. I could write
about the things that I might like to do,
but what if you don’t like them?
What if you don’t want to do them?
Well, that’s something to think about.
I haven’t done anything yet, that’s for sure.
I’m starting to worry about not doing something.
Not getting anything done.
I can’t remember what I was thinking I might like to do.
I’m definitely getting nervous about doing something.