Failing to plan, is planning to fail

Failing to plan, is planning to fail, the saying goes.

But how about just planning to fail?

Planning for failure

My youngest son has to do a book report this year, and unlike his two older brothers he's already carefully planning for it.

'I chose Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, mommy,' he smiled. '

It's got 956 pages, and I'm only at page 237. I'll never finish it in time for my book report, so I won't have to do it this year!'

Which just goes to show the importance of planning.

To fail in this case.
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  1. That is a pretty big book! Good luck! Thanks for linking up for Wordless Wednesday. Have a terrific day.

  2. It's such a good book. He might surprise himself.

  3. Ahhhh, kid logic. So fun, so frustrating. #SITSgirlssaturdaysharefest

  4. The joy of raising boys! Teaching boys to plan ahead and break big projects into small tasks is a mom's joy (wink, wink).

  5. Thanks for sharing on #TrafficJamWeekend Linky Party

  6. Yes, planning is not one of my strengths. I have to work at it. Thanks so much for sharing with the Let's Get Real party.


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