Thursday, December 15, 2005

Structured Procrastination, Frickin A, and a Rejection Letter

Last night I was reading Jute's lament regarding her nasty habit of procrastination. So, Jute, I just want to say that you're not alone in this. In fact, some people have made a science out of structured procrastination. In fact, we could all take lessons from the Mistress of Structured Procrastination herself.

This blog entry, in fact, is just me another instance of my own procrastination. In an hour's time, I'll be on a bus headed for Cebu. That's the plan anyway, unless I get delayed because of my...procrastination. I really should be packing. But instead, I'm banging out this nonsense.

On the other hand, I'm hoping this nonsense makes some people happy.

Oh, and also I was listening to and heard this remake of Jesse's Girl by Frickin A. It's a little less angsty than Rick Springfield's original, and a little more in-your-face. I like it.

Oh, and I also got a rejection letter from the company I was applying for. Here's the text:

We received your resume and would like to thank you for your interest in ----. After carefully reviewing your experience and qualifications, we have determined that we do not have a position available which is a strong match at this time.

Thanks again for considering ----. We wish you well in your endeavors and hope you might consider us again in the future.

Company name struck out, of course. But those who have been through the process should know who this company is. Now, now, shhhh, don't give the secret away.

Okay, really gotta get packing.


  1. Hehehe. Mistress of Structured Procrastination indeed! And I agree that we all have some kind of procrastination streak :P

    Awwwww. You got a letter from ------ already...

    Is it what I think it is? I recall you mentioning to me a company...

    Well, at least there is closure. And who knows? Maybe they will have an opening soon :)

  2. Awww! ^_^ <bow, bow>

    <grin> Great! Now you can get back to entrepreneurship and writing. =)