It was the start of a holiday weekend, and the service station was crowded. Finally, an attendant hustled up to the local pastor who had been waiting in line for some time. “I’m sorry about the delay, pastor,” the attendant apologized, “but it seems like everybody waits until the last minute to get ready for a trip which they knew they were going on all along.” The pastor smiled and said, “I know what you mean. I’ve got the same problem in my business.”
Many years ago, in a “New York Times” editorial, the following proposal was made: “Amid all the ‘Weeks’ observed during the year in behalf of this, that, and the other thing, there should be room for a ‘Someday Week.'” It was correctly observed that scarcely a week passes that one does not say,
Someday I’ll take the whole family to a museum or a zoo. Someday I’ll pull a reclining chair into the yard and just sit there doing…
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