v. pro·cras·ti·nat·ed, pro·cras·ti·nat·ing, pro·cras·ti·nates
To put off doing something, especially out of habitual carelessness or laziness.
To postpone or delay needlessly.
[Latin prcrstinre, prcrstint- : pr-, forward; see pro-1 + crstinus, of tomorrow (from crs, tomorrow).]
It happens every year without fail.
We've hosted a holiday party for 15 years in a row
(Well except last year when it was cancelled because of the blizzard!)
and every year I find myself way behind.
The party is Saturday night.
We're expecting about 80 people.
The tree is up.
A couple of the rooms are decorated.
I'm blogging instead of finishing up.
I like to say I work better under pressure.
My kids say that's giving myself too much credit.
They say I'm a procrastinator.
I say, I'll think about that later.
In the meantime, check out last year's decor here.