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January 10, 2014 6:51 PM

Procrastination not good strategy for life ... or eternity

Living in the balmy South, we take a few things for granted. We wear scarves as accessories, not as a necessity for warmth; boots are for fashion, not snow; and shoes and socks are rarely needed, as flip-flops will suffice. We may have a few cold days, but it's accepted that everything will be canceled and we can huddle on our couch, swaddled in our Snuggies, eating grilled cheese and watching reruns on TBS until the temperature rises to a humane 68 degrees again.

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