I once wrote a song and used the phrase "artist at hesitation". I still love that phrase and that song will always have a special place in my heart. If I wrote a song about my life now, I might have to go with "artist at procrastination". It doesn't flow as nicely but I am definitely that kind of artist. Iintended to write you a beautiful post last night but I was tired and sluggish from a couple glasses of wine. One and a half glasses but who's counting? Okay, I'm counting because I'm trying to figure out when I became such a light weight. My point is that I am a master of distraction. I start out wanting to do something and then I lose momentum and then, before I know it, I am inexplicably watching the trailer for Country Strong and googling to find other videos of Gwyneth Paltrow singing. I would like to say that this did not happen and that I just made this up to make a point. I would like to say this but cannot. The journey began with Country Strong which led to her performance at the CMA's during which I'm pretty sure Vince Gill is laughing at her (not with her) and wound it's way to a Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis duet. I don't even like Gwyneth Paltrow because I'm still bitter that she won the Oscar for Shakespeare in Love rather than Cate Blanchett for Elizabeth. Why yes, I do hold ridiculous grudges over trivial matters. Thank you so much for noticing. Also, I'm fairly certain that Gwyneth Paltrow isn't from the south so the fact that she perists in singing in a southern accent makes me crazy. Deep breath. Anyway, the fact is that I spent a significant amount of time last night watching videos of a woman who irritates me sing poorly. I'm amazing. The internet is an amazing place but a black hole for a procrastinator like me. Tonight, I'm going to do some writing though. Really, I am. I'm working on a couple of quality posts that will make their way here some time this month. I'm trying. Yep. I just have to keep Gwyneth Paltrow at bay.