I have a long list of things to do, I have been putting off them for the future, and if I get a Second Chance, I would do it right now.
This book is lying in my drafts folder for more than six months now. If I get two full days, I can edit and complete the book. I do get time, but somehow, I am using it for blogging, cooking and all-ing works I do these days. Sometimes, I question myself, “Am I not a dedicated individual?” or “Do I lack the art of writing/editing 40K words book?” and I am blank.
Maybe, if given a #SecondChance, I can edit and complete the book right away.
This website, I designed, is offline for more than a year now. I have put so much of hard work into it. Just because of a single website builder update, I messed up, all of it. I need to work on .php coding to fix it – my wife hates me if I spend time on designing – I have spent hours and hours already, so she requested me to first complete the book and then work on the website. So without completing task one, I cannot complete this one.
Maybe, if given a second #SecondChance, I can fix the issues and make this website online.
Okay, I admit, I will be the last person in the list, if Forbes decides to compile the list of people who manages time perfectly.
This letter, I would like to address as “THE LETTER” as it is written to a special person in my life, is yet to be posted to the recipient. Am I delaying it because I do not want to experience tears, or… well, I will leave the OR part now.
Maybe, if given a second #SecondChance, I will post “THE LETTER” to the intended recipient.
The above words are from my heart. No backspaces, no editions, just pure emotions.