Give Construction the What For


“There is nothing so fatal to character as half finished tasks.”

David Lloyd George, The Statesman

“There is nothing so fatal to character as half finished masks.”

David Lloyd George, The Actor

“There is nothing so fatal to character as half finished casks.”

David Lloyd George, The Alcoholic

“There is nothing so fatal to character as…”

David Lloyd George, The Procrastinator

The construction of Disney’s Secondary Characters Statues has been delayed.
They are expected to be finished when the Story Arcs are completed.


I’ll Make it Fit

I have a mallet
And a nail or two
Bought me some scissors
And a bucket of glue

I’ll give it the what for
And now we will see
I’ll finish this jigsaw
if it’s the death of me


The Motivational Foreman

You’re a tradesman now. You never commit to anything, especially a time frame.
You should know by now it always takes longer than you expect to complete something.
Remember to allow yourself time, one becomes downhearted by deadlines.
The work will suffer and you may well finish with an incomplete product. One in which you would not be proud to call your own.
Take time, take pride in your work.
We can always find someone else to do your job.


Join The National Procrastination Club


Weekly Theme:
Procrastination Week


8 thoughts on “Give Construction the What For

  1. The motivational foreman made me laugh and then become somber. It is funny but it is too close to home as I wait impatiently for the repairs to the garage to be completed….

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