Yup, guilty as charged...I know I plan for the possibility all the time. Honestly, I am just a planner. I constantly think about what my next move will be, and how am I going to do it as efficiently as possible. If I have obligations to fulfill, forget it...spontaneity loses.
Originally Posted by JocktheMotie
I think the only time you can catch me be spontaneous is if I am on vacation (or completely removed from any and all obligations). Otherwise, I just can't fully enjoy myself. I can force myself to go along with the action of being spontaneous, but my mind never quite allows me to be free of obligation.
Also, as for the calling at 2 a.m. thing -- Do NOT ever call me in the middle of the night to tell me something unless it is life-or-death important and requires some sort of immediate action on my part. It doesn't matter how much I may love you, I can assure you I will not want to talk to you at that time. See, this is the way my brain works if awoken in the middle of the night:
1) *conversation is replayed in head at least once*
2) What time is it?
3) Crap, that means I only have "x" hours until I have to be awake again
4) What do I even have to do tomorrow? *runs through mental schedule*
5) Is everything I need to do for tomorrow ready to go in the morning?
a) Yes, everything is done, don't worry about it....*continues to worry...surely I've forgotten something.* Or I will improve upon already-existing ideas
b) No, you procrastinated and you still have stuff to take care of...now that you're up you should just go ahead and do it.6) *Eventually fall back to sleep many hours later, and awaken grumpy and tired the next morning*
You have ruined my night, I hope your conversation was worth it. Thanks a lot...lol!